Over 10,000 women are suing Google over gender pay disparity
- May 28, 2021
- David Neumark, economics, Engadget, Yahoo News, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Lifestyle, Yahoo Entertainment, May 28, 2021
The women, who are seeking more than $600 million in damages, allege Google violated the California Equal Pay Act by paying them less than their male counterparts, promoting them slowly and less frequently. Female workers at Google earn almost $16,800 less than the "similarly situated man," according to a previous filing in the suit, which cited an analysis by UC Irvine economist, [Distinguished Professor], David Neumark.
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