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Author: Alexandra Frean, Times [UK]
Women who take a career break to bring up their children do not automatically retain employment rights, an employment tribunal has ruled. In a ruling with implications for thousands of working mothers, an employee of Barclays has been told that she...
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Author: Ananova [UK]
Firms are being urged to launch pay reviews to make sure female staff are not being paid less than men...Women will find it easier to get information from their employer about whether they are being paid less than male colleagues.
Author: Carol Coulter, Irish Times
The establishment of equality committees and appointment of equality officers are among the proposals in new guidelines for equality in employment...Two weeks ago two companies were ordered by the Director of Equality Investigations to pay £5,000 and ...
Author: Gaby Hinsliff, Observer [UK]
New law will force bosses to admit whether men receive higher salaries - Working women are to get new legal rights to find out whether male colleagues earn more than them as part of a government crusade to close the pay gap between the sexes.
Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions
...released...on March 26, 2002, focuses on the impact of globalisation on workers, and trade union responses...The Guide to Globalisation gives a tour of the wide array of new approaches in the field of corporate social responsibility, from the UN's...
Author: Confédération internationale des Syndicats Libres
Un guide syndical sur la mondialisation pour dénoncer les pires pratiques
Author: Confederación Internacional de Organizaciones Sindicales Libres
En una guía sobre la mundialización se ponen de relieve las peores prácticas
Human Rights and Global Civilisation: 2nd Annual BP Lecture by Mary Robinson, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
Author: Mary Robinson, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights
[includes several paragraphs about business/human rights near the end of the lecture, in the section entitled: "Broadening the human rights coalition"]