TSSA reviews pay disparity

May 2002
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;5/20/2002, Issue 2514, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that the Transport Salaried Staffs' Association, a travel industry union, is planning to investigate institutional discrimination in travel following the release of the research from the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) regarding pay disparity as of May 20, 2002. Details of the research findings released by ABTA; Other discrimination claims in travel industry.


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