Time for review

March 2004
Employers Law;Mar2004, p6
Trade Publication
Presents information about the equal pay reviews recommended to companies by the Equal Opportunities Commission in Great Britain. Implications of the equal pay reviews on companies in the country; Factors which contributed to the emergence of gender pay gap in companies; Views of company executives on the equal pay audit.


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