Google women suing over gender bias win class-action status
- May 27, 2021
- David Neumark, economics, MSN Money (Bloomberg), LA Times, May 27, 2021
The women leading the Google suit said in a July court filing that the company paid female employees approximately $16,794 less per year than “the similarly-situated man,” citing an analysis by David Neumark, [Distinguished Professor], an economist at University of California at Irvine. “Google paid women less base salary, smaller bonuses, and less stock than men in the same job code and location,” they said.
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