A judicious review

Bahl, Kamlesh
February 1998
People Management;2/5/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p27
Opinion. Comments on changes in sex discrimination laws proposed by the Equal Opportunities Commission in Great Britain. Flaws in existing legislation; Shift in philosophy towards promoting equal treatment for men and women; Need for a proactive approach by employers; Role of the state.


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