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Posted on 27 Jun 2019 10:01 pm
The state as an employer also benefited from this as they did not have to pay the employer's contribution.Employees terms of employment were only adequate when they were in state/semi state employment but as soon as they left whether through the marriage bar or for other reasons they were at a disadvantage. The state saved money and their employees were at a loss. One of these days someone with money will be able to afford to take a civil case against the state and how it left their employees disadvantaged on just so many levels.
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