MTE report shows that women receive almost 32% less than men in Mato Grosso

MTE report shows that women receive almost 32% less than men in Mato Grosso
MTE report shows that women receive almost 32% less than men in Mato Grosso
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Released by the Ministry of Women and Labor and Employment (MTE) the country’s first Salary Transparency Report focusing on gender disparity, revealing that women in Mato Grosso receive 31.4% less than men.
The survey data was obtained from information provided by 837 companies in the state, totaling 229,467 employees. The salary gap between genders varies according to occupational groups, reaching 32.4% in senior and managerial positions.
The report also highlights that black women face an even greater disparity, being the majority in the job market, but receiving less than white women. According to the document, while the average salary of black women is R$2,497.20, that of non-black women is R$3,180.62. In the case of men, black men receive an average of R$3,891.02 and non-black men receive R$4,218.34.

Companies were evaluated regarding policies to encourage the hiring and promotion of women. In the State, 52.2% have job and salary plans, 34% adopt policies to promote women to management and management positions, 25.6% have policies to support the hiring of women, and 22.1% offer incentives for hiring black women.
The report also reported that only 16.9% have policies to encourage the hiring of LGBTQIAP+ women, 19.2% encourage the entry of women with disabilities, and only 7.6% have specific programs to encourage the hiring of women who are victims of violence. . Few companies still adopt policies such as extended maternity/paternity leave (17.1%) and daycare allowance (13%).
At a national level, the report shows that women receive an average of 19.4% less than men. Of the companies that responded to the questionnaire, 73% have been in existence for 10 years or more, totaling almost 17.7 million employees.
Incentive Policies
The report recorded that, across the country, 51.6% of companies have job and salary plans, incentive policies for women; 38.3% adopt policies to promote women to management and management positions; 32.6% have policies to support the hiring of women; and 26.4% adopt incentives for hiring black women.
Only 20.6% have policies to encourage the hiring of LGBTQIAP+ women, 23.3% encourage the entry of women with disabilities, and only 5.4% have specific programs to encourage the hiring of women who are victims of violence. Few companies still adopt policies such as flexible working arrangements, such as extended maternity/paternity leave (17.7%) and daycare allowance (21.4%).
Report
The report highlights the need for actions to mitigate these disparities, as established by law, including salary transparency, actions against discrimination, reporting channels and diversity and inclusion programs.
Companies have until March 31 to publish their individual reports, with fines expected for those that fail to do so.


The article is in Portuguese

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