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UNI PdR 125:2022 - Gender Equality Certification.

On March 16, 2022, the UNI National Standards Body published the UNI/PdR 125:2022 technical document to provide companies with guidelines for complying with the requirements posed by the NRP (Mission 5), regarding equal opportunity and gender gap reduction. The guide provides companies with KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) inherent in gender equality policies in organizations.

CERTIFICATION | UNI PdR 125:2022 is aimed at companies of all sizes and legal forms, public or private, as long as they have employees or staff within them. The goal is to ensure an inclusive and never discriminatory internal environment for organizations by creating a management system to be subjected to certification processes by accredited bodies. UNI PdR 125:2022, in fact, provides for the measurement, evaluation and reporting of data on gender equality in organizations, consistently fitting within a context of regulatory sensitivity, as well as social and economic attention. Achieving gender parity certification for an organization means it has achieved a good degree of maturity, in the area of inclusion, with respect to the following issues: culture and strategy, governance, HR process, growth opportunities, pay equity, and parental protection.

SERVICE | ASACERT professionals, thanks to many years of up-to-date experience in the fields of inspection evaluation and certification, will ascertain the conditions within the organization for the issuance of certification on gender equality, with a guarantee of impartiality and third-party process. ASACERT has always been on the side of businesses that operate within rights, protect gender inclusion and stand against discrimination of all kinds.

Once the system is implemented, ASACERT will verify the System’s compliance with the regulations and issue the certification, which is valid for 3 years and subject to annual verification.



The certification issued offers the following benefits to enterprises:

  • Tax relief
  • Access to awards in participation in national and European calls for proposals
  • Reduction in employer’s social security contributions
  • Strengthening corporate image to stakeholders
  • Achieving a healthy and constructive work environment, resulting in increased employee productivity and motivation Important competitive advantages in the marketplace.