During the meeting, Minister Víglundsson underlined the importance of the EEA Agreement for the EEA EFTA States.
Earlier in the day, Minister Víglundsson had presented the Icelandic Model of an Equal Pay Management System, following an announcement by the Icelandic Government this week that it would bring a piece of legislation before Parliament in March requiring any employer with 25 workers or more to obtain certification that it pays men and women equally for work of equal value.
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