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Google Employees Organise Their Own Study of Gender Pay Gap

In April, the US Department of Labor accused Google of gender pay discrimination. The tech behemoth denied the allegations, and when the DoL requested historical salary records from the company, Google argued that the endeavour was too expensive. Lucky for Google, good Samaritans at the company have led efforts to compile the wage data. Read More >>

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Google Wants Women to Just Trust That It Pays Them the Same as Men

In the midst of an ugly legal battle with the US Department of Labor over the gender wage gap, Google updated its blog on Tuesday to assert its commitment to paying women and men at the company equally. For a company with totally unremarkable diversity numbers, Google is weirdly nonspecific about how it addresses pay inequity in the post, saying both that it doesn’t underpay women, but won’t support having a third-party certify that. Read More >>

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UK Companies Have To Declare Their Gender Pay Gaps Within A Year

As of today, all UK companies with over 250 employees are legally required to publish their gender pay gap figures every year. Read More >>

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Canadian Article From 1981 Predicted the Gender Pay Gap Would Disappear by 2017

The gender pay gap is pretty striking in most parts of the world. In the US, women make 80 cents for every dollar a man makes. In Canada, it’s 73 cents. But back in the early 1980s, some foresaw the complete disappearance of that gap, specifically by the year 2017. Read More >>