Advocate general: flight attendants' employment contracts based in jurisdiction where most obligations carried out28 Apr 2017
The employment contracts of air hostesses and stewards fall within the jurisdiction of the courts of the country where, or from which, the employees principally carry out their work, advocate general Saugmandsgaard Øe has said.
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Large UK companies have begun publishing their gender pay gap (GPG) data on a government website set up for the purpose.
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