Google fined $3.8 million in settlement over alleged hiring and pay discrimination
- February 2, 2021
- David Neumark, economics, Gizmodo, Feb. 2, 2021
But there’s a useful analog in an ongoing gender discrimination lawsuit brought by
four former employees against Google. The plaintiffs in that case commissioned a pay
analysis from University of California Irvine economics professor David Neumark, which
found that between 2014 and 2018 women across the entire company made on average $16,794
less per year than men—and $1,900 less on average than men in identical “job codes.”
For the full story, please visit https://gizmodo.com/google-fined-3-8-million-in-settlement-over-alleged-hi-1846182903.
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