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2019/44 Equal pay principle – New measures to reduce the gender pay gap – the example of Switzerland (CH)

Keywords Gender discrimination
Authors Sara Rousselle-Ruffieux
Author's information

361288 Sara Rousselle-Ruffieux
Sara Rousselle-Ruffieux is an attorney-at-law at Lenz & Staehelin, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Abstract

      The European Commission recently conducted a public consultation on the measures that may be taken to ensure the full application of the principle of equal pay between women and men. Its evaluation report is expected before the end of this year. The new Swiss legislation on monitoring and disclosure of the gender pay gap may be inspiration for future EU initiatives in this area.

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