Among the major findings and conclusions reached in the study are the following:. Proceedings under the Act are nearly always brought by private individuals mainly women and very rarely by organizations, notwithstanding the provision of the Act authorizing court actions relating to gender discrimination to be brought by organizations. Individuals bringing a case of gender discrimination to the courts most commonly complain of pay discrimination or discriminatory dismissal, and in the vast majority of cases employment has ceased before the court issues its judgment. Bringing an action under the Act very often entails losing one's job. Almost one-third of discrimination cases relate to pregnancy or maternity, with discrimination often occurring on return to work after maternity leave and the mother being dismissed by the employer.
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The demography of swiping right. An overview of couples who met through dating apps in Switzerland
Metrics details. This study evaluates the prevalence of serosorting with casual partners, and analyses the characteristics and estimated numbers of serosorters in Switzerland Data were extracted from cross-sectional surveys conducted in and among self-selected MSM recruited online, through gay newspapers, and through gay organizations. Nested models were fitted to ascertain the appropriateness of pooling the datasets.
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A study of Swiss teenagers' sexual habits has found worrying behaviour among young boys who are sexually active but know little about contraception. Researchers say the findings show sex education should be given to children earlier, both at home and at school. The team from the Centre for Development and Personality Psychology at Basel University studied a online survey of 1, people aged ten from German-speaking Switzerland.