Even though this has been postponed, they are going to debate this at a later date.
Imagine one employees discussion with his Directors: -
“Thank you for all your years of hard work and everything you have done for the company to increase profits, etc. However, you will not be able to obtain any more promotions within the company as you do not have a vagina.”
Surely, regardless of your gender, you should be promoted on your skills and experience and not what you have between your legs?
If a woman has more skills and experience than a man, then they will get the position. Am I looking at this too simply?
This is a quality sentence…“The new proposal - which is to be set before the EU member states - will oblige companies to favour what they term ‘the underrepresented sex’ from 2016 onward, until a share of 40% is reached.”
So it’s positive discrimination now. Equal rights or preferential treatment?