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Title: Making work better for organisation and for employees
Authors: Borg, Anna
Keywords: Sex discrimination -- Law and legislation
Gender identity in the workplace
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Employment & Training Corporation
Citation: Borg, A. (2006). Making work better for organisation and for employees. Malta: Employment & Training Corporation.
Abstract: The aim of this manual is to help Employers and HR Practitioners recognise, prevent and deal with gender discrimination at work. Gender Discrimination takes various forms and shapes and may even go unnoticed at times. For this reason, the ETC has compiled this manual, which is filled with information and advice that makes good business sense. This manual has been developed specifically for Maltese employers and HR Managers who want to ensure that their employees do not suffer unfair discrimination in employment. The manual will offer advice on how to recruit and retain the best employees according to their skills and abilities and to do so in line with the law. Workplaces which encourage equity and which develop supportive and innovative work practices that permit better work life integration, can attract the best employees and enhance the company’s reputation and image.
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