Thursday, October 29, 2020

Catch our question to the Gender commission on Power FM

 

The Constitution and Competition Act support a fair competition for talent.

Listen to our questions posed to the Gender Commission on PowerFM

Pay Slip Ban SA says that Chaper 9s are not addressing iniquitous recruitment conduct leading to wage discrimination. The public needs the Gender Commission to advocate against employer monopsony power.

If employers are transparent about pay when advertising vacancies, our labour markets will be fair as competition will flourish.

Secrecy is not virtuous.

Please support our campaign to advocate for transparency and a fair competition for talent by clicking here.

Click to learn more about the Competition Commission and their role in wage inequality.

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