Sweden -Equality law on salary surveys ignored -March 7, 2013

Companies with more than 25 employees are required by the Swedish discrimination law to perform salary surveys at least once every three years. In a published review, the trade union Akademikerförbundet SSR warned that public sector employees were increasingly falling behind in their duty to map out incomes. The trade union Unionen has gone so far as to report Halmstad municipality to the Anti-discrimination board for failing to register its employees' salaries.

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