I remember when our gender gap law came out an expert said it couldn't be applied to sports since men's and women's leagues had separate collective agreements - which regulate pay scale -, even though in some cases the employer (i.e. a football club) was the same, and the job performed (playing football) was the same.
Essentially our current law (which is derived from EU law so I assume it will be similar in the rest of Europe), guarantees equal pay within members of the same collective agreement.
Let me quickly add that my knowledge on labor regulations is pitiful.
Last post by DGuller - August 10, 2022, 10:54:47 PM
The whole idea never made sense to me, so I always assumed it was just a gesture. It's not like Syrians have plenty of manpower to spare, I would think, and there is plenty of murdering and raping that they can do at home.
Last post by Tonitrus - August 10, 2022, 08:30:05 PM
I don't think they'd use a tactical nuke on a city (well, one that is not already rubbled by artillery anyway), or with a real tactical goal of eliminating a particular enemy formation...but more as a "demonstration" to stay back from territory that they are serious about.
Last post by Admiral Yi - August 10, 2022, 08:27:07 PM
The interviewee on NPR mentioned, in additon to Hillary, a precedent which I had forgotten about, Sandy Berger. National Security advisor under Bubba. He went to the National Archives and stuffed docs into his socks or underwear. $50K fine, two years of probation, security clearance lost for two years.