French council fined for having too many female managers


Chairman of the Bourg-en-Bresse council in eastern France was unapologetic, saying he was proud of having so many women in key roles.

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A district council in eastern France has been fined €90,000 (£81,000) for appointing too many women to its management team in breach of public-sector gender parity laws, reports The Telegraph.