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February 2002
Employee Benefits;Feb2002, p9
Focuses on the discrimination in bonus payouts among female workers in Great Britain. Details of the court case Julie Browser versus Schroeder Securities; Status of salaries of female workers; Impact of the case on the employment benefits policies.


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