Logib Module 2

Employers can find out for themselves whether they comply with the requirement of equal pay for women and men by conducting an analysis with Logib. Logib Module 2 is suitable for smaller organisations and companies with 2 to 49 employees.

Go to tool: Logib Module 2

What is Logib Module 2?

Logib is a webtool that conforms to the latest application and data protection requirements. It is scientifically sound, conforms to legal requirements and has received the EPIC Good Practice Label from the Equal Pay International Coalition (OECD, ILO, and UN Women).

How is Logib used?

After calling up the Logib webtool at www.logib.admin.ch and selecting the module, Logib guides users through the equal pay analysis in seven steps. Instructions and answers to frequently asked questions make it easy to use.

How long does it take to use?

Including data preparation, the equal pay analysis requires around a half to a full day. This time can be halved for subsequent analyses. Once your data has been imported into Logib, it takes just a few minutes for it to be evaluated.

Who can use Logib?

Logib is aimed at all employers wishing to review their pay practice with the aim of ensuring equal pay for both genders. Logib Module 2 is particularly suitable for smaller organisations and companies with 2 to 49 employees.

What results do I get?

Alongside the actual result of the equal pay analysis, users receive further interesting figures and charts that provide information about their pay practice.

Go to tool: Logib Module 2


Service hours
Wednesday 16:00 –17:00 
Thursday 16:00 –17:00 
Friday 11:00 –12:00 

Please note that the Logib helpline primarily serves as a contact point for technical malfunctions of the Logib web tool. If you experience a technical malfunction, please mention this explicitly in the subject of your e-mail so that it can be treated as a priority.

The Logib helpline does not offer individual professional advice and does not provide legal information. For this purpose, please use the workshops for conducting a self-test wage equality analysis with Logib as well as the numerous specialised counselling services on the market.

If you have any questions in connection with the obligation to conduct a wage equality analysis under the Gender Equality Act, please contact only the Federal Office of Justice FOJ, which is responsible for this (FAQ / contact).

We usually answer within a processing time of 14 days (except for technical malfunctions).