Oracle women stumble in pay bias suit while Google cuts a deal
- June 10, 2022
- David Neumark, economics, Bloomberg Law, June 10, 2022
The women suing Google fared better, winning a ruling in 2021 that allowed the case to advance on behalf of 11,000 women seeking more than $600 million. The women said in a court filing that the company paid female employees approximately $16,794 less per year than a “the similarly situated man,” citing an analysis by an economist at University of California, Irvine.
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