Unit: percent [%]
Source of data: Statistics Poland
Information about indicator
Name of the indicator
5.5.2 Proportion of women in managerial positions
Sustainable Development Goal
Goal 5. Gender equality
5.5 Ensure women’s full and effective participation and equal opportunities for leadership at all levels of decision-making in political, economic and public life
The indicator presents the share of women in the total number of persons employed in managerial positions.
Employed persons are defined as the persons who have worked in the surveyed units for the whole October of the given year, full- or part-time as established for the given enterprise or position.
This indicator is calculated from the data obtained in the survey on the structure of wages and salaries by occupations.
The survey on the structure of wages and salaries by occupations is a survey carried out with biennial frequency. It covers enterprises of national economy with the number of the employed persons exceeding 9 persons.
The data cover full- and part-time employees who worked in the surveyed units whole month of October.
The survey does not include: apprentices, persons engaged in outwork (home-workers), students maintaining vacation or diploma practices, members of workers groups organized by other units and appointed to work in the reporting units, e.g. soldiers, labour corps members, convicts; moreover, excluded are: people on maternity or child–care leaves and people appointed to full-time schools or PhD studies, etc., persons employed in intervention and public works, persons on sick leaves.
The data on proportion of women in managerial positions pertain to women employed in one of the “major” occupational groups (according to “Classification of occupations and specialities” – ISCO-08), i.e. the group of managers (.
The other “major” occupational groups are:
Technicians and associate professionals
Clerical support workers
Service and sales workers
Skilled agricultural, forestry and fishery workers