Denmark -Unions call on government to reduce gender pay gap -May 1, 2012

Danish trade unions 3F, HK, FOA, Sundhedskartellet, Dansk Magisterforening, Finansforbundet and the women’s council have called on the Danish government to implement a range of measures to close the gender pay gap. Proposed measures include the extension of paternity leave and changes to equal pay legislation to make it easier to compare work of equal value across sectors.

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