Raise a glass to equal pay

McHenry, Carmel
April 2004
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/5/2004, Issue 2608, p33
Trade Publication
Delves into the issue of compensation or salary a person receives from his or her job in the travel industry. Realization that women are paid less than men on the same job both sexes are in; Discussion of procedures in identifying unfair payment scheme practices; Introduction of a standard questionnaire for the issue on equality of payment. INSET: CASE STUDY.


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