Polish men feel discriminated on labor market
January 17, 2014
An increasing number of Polish men claim to be discriminated at work because of their sex, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily writes citing Justice Ministry data.
Men filed 517 court suits concerning discrimination because of sex in 2012, while women filed 416 such suits.
Men most often complain about employers blocking their access to parental leaves, penalizing sick leaves for child care and addressing job offers exclusively to women.