Some employers’ organizations reportedly oppose certain suggestions. The Swedish government is planning to make two key moves toward increasing gender equality in the workplace, according to Bloomberg BNA.
A practitioner at a Stockholm-based legal firm told Bloomberg last week that some employers’ organizations don’t agree with the government’s plans to require a greater number of employers to provide gender-specific salary statistics more frequently than in the past.
The Swedish government is also said to be seeking more occupational insurance- and paternity-related gender equality in the workplace by re-examining current practices.
Find out more about what gender-related policies Sweden is pursuing — and potential factors to consider when creating or revising your parental leave policy in our recent blog on the topic: