Australian football to close gender pay gap by being ‘historical’ collective agreement
06 nov 2019 13:07
06-11-19 at 13:07
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The players of the Australian football team, which will be a new collective bargaining agreement in a lot of areas in the same going to make a living as their male counterparts.
The Australian football federation FFA and the Australian trade union of football players (PFA), made the news on the collective bargaining agreement, which is for a four-year, Wednesday, the well-known.
According to both parties, it is an “historic agreement”. “This is a big step in increasing the gap between the Socceroos and the Matildas,” to fill,” said FFA chairman David Gallop, referring to the nickname of the national team.