Legal compliance to Brazilian Law # 14.611/23 – Gender Pay Gap

The law mandating equal pay between women and men is now in effect. According to this legislation, Brazilian companies with over 100 employees must publish semi-annual salary transparency reports and remuneration criteria. These reports include anonymized data facilitating an objective comparison of salaries, wages, and gender distribution within leadership positions. In cases where gender-biased pay gaps or imbalances in representation are identified, companies must develop and implement action plans to rectify these disparities. These plans must outline clear objectives and deadlines while ensuring the involvement of union representatives and employees in the decision-making process.

We employ a diverse range of methodologies to assist companies in pinpointing the root causes of salary or representation gaps between genders. With a thorough understanding of these factors, we collaborate to develop and implement effective action plans to promote gender equality in the workplace.

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