German ruling parties agree steps towards greater pay equality

German ruling parties agree steps towards greater pay equality
 

Germany's ruling coalition parties agreed on Thursday to rework a draft law on greater fairness in wages between the sexes, in a bid to ensure greater transparency by obliging employers to disclose their pay structures.
Thomas Oppermann, leader of the Social Democrats' (SPD) parliamentary group, said that women in Germany on average earned 21 percent less than men and that even if structural disadvantages were discounted the wage discrimination gap was still 7 percent.
"That is going to change," Oppermann said after a meeting of senior officials from the SPD and Chancellor Angela... read more

 
6 October 2016 in World News, Views: 31
Source: Reuters
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