Over the last 20 years, equality between women and men in the world of work has seen some encouraging improvements, but there remains scope for further progress. stakeholders’ illustrative practices on gender equality at work under the EU, UN Women, and ILO project “Empowering women at work through responsible business.ANHI aims at supporting sustainable, inclusive, and equitable economic growth by promoting women’s economic empowerment in the public and private departments of ANHI.
ANHI works on SDG 17 on strengthening the means of implementation and revitalizing global partnerships for sustainable development. Empowering Women at Work – ANHI Company Ensures implementation of Policies and Practices for Gender Equality: Guiding frameworks for company policies to promote gender equality in the workplace.
Decent work for all women contributes not only to making poverty history but also to achieving better education, peace, and safety, as well as food security and improved nutrition and health outcomes for children and all members of households. By joining the ANHI, a CEO signals commitment to this agenda at the highest levels of the company and to working collaboratively in multi-stakeholder networks to foster business practices that empower women. A summary of the principles directed to ANHI Workplace is given:
1. General policies
- Employment promotion
- Social security
- Elimination of forced or compulsory labor
- Effective abolition of child labor: minimum age and worst forms
- Equality of opportunity and treatment
- Security of employment
4. Conditions of work and life, Wages, benefits and conditions of work 8 Safety and health
5. Industrial relations
- Freedom of association and the right to organize
- Collective bargaining
- Access to remedy and examination of grievances
- Settlement of industrial dispute