Switzerland - Blacklist for wage-discriminating companies - April 30, 2018

Delegates of trade union TravailSuisse have unanimously approved at their yearly assembly a resolution on wage discrimination that proposes a black list of companies who commit wage discrimination against women. Because the law to prevent wage discrimination that came to force 22 years is still not working, with the wage discrimination of women still accounting for at least 7.7 billion francs annually, the unions now resort to a black list of wage discriminating companies.

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