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Gender targets to close pay gap could be legally fraught

22nd April, 2018

The issue of gender quotas has been at the forefront of many businesses minds over the last few weeks following Bank of Ireland’s commitment to achieving a 50-50 gender ratio in management and leadership appointments by 2021.

This announcement has sparked a lot of debate, not only as to whether or not other businesses should commit to similar policies but also to whether or not an employer can even legally introduce such a policy...

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