Equal pay for equal work is commonly a principle which implies that two individuals doing the same job should be paid equally. This principle advances the view that remuneration should be depersonalized; institutions pay for the kind of work performed regardless of who performs it. The main challenge in applying this principle is determining what constitutes equal work, and it is down to the relevant government institutions to determine that.

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