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Court Orders Government to Collect Data That May Shed Light on Pay Discrimination

Posted March 11th, 2019 by in Employment Discrimination.

The devil is in the details. In this case, the details are pay data collected by the United States government in an attempt to quantify, if possible, gender or racial discrepancies in pay. With this in mind, during the Obama administration, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) decided to improve the quality of the pay […]

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Moving Towards Pay Equity Without Salary History

Posted October 8th, 2018 by in Employment Discrimination.

Over the past few years, there has been a movement to restrict employers from inquiring into the salary histories of prospective employees. The rationale for this prohibition is clear: certain jobs and workers have historically been underappreciated and underpaid; consequently, workers in these jobs are anchored to lower starting salaries. If employers can ask about […]

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Wages and Overtime Law: A Return to the Past Courtesy of the U.S. Supreme Court

Posted June 4th, 2018 by in Wages and Overtime Law.

During the United States Supreme Court October Term 2017, the Court delivered a 1-2 punch against workers and their right to earn overtime pay with its decisions in Encino Motorcars, LLC v. Navarro et al. and Epic Systems Corp v. Lewis (decided together with Ernst & Young, LLP et al, v. Morris et al., and […]

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