Czechs plan laws to tackle rampant discrimination

Walsh, Jennie
January 1999
People Management;01/14/99, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p16
Reports on the plans of Vladimir Spidla, minister of Labor and Social Affairs in the Czech Republic, to change the employment laws to outlaw sexist and ageist recruitment advertisements. Examples of discriminatory job advertisements in the Czech press; Views of recruitment experts on the planned legislation; Problem with the gender specificity of the Czech language.


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