Click For Photo: https://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2017/12/google-sign-newsletter.jpg
Google is facing a revised class-action gender-pay lawsuit that alleges Google underpaid women in comparison with their male counterparts and asked new hires about their prior salaries, The Guardian first reported. The revised lawsuit also adds a fourth complainant, Heidi Lamar, who was a teacher at Google’s Children Center in Palo Alto for four years.
The original suit was dismissed last month due to the fact the plaintiffs defined the class of affected workers too broadly. Now, the revised lawsuit focuses on those who hold engineer, manager, sales or early childhood education positions.
Allegations - Lawsuit - Google - Spokesperson - Gina
“We disagree with the central allegations of this amended lawsuit,” Google spokesperson Gina Scigliano said in a statement to TechCrunch. “We work really hard to create a great workplace for everyone, and to give everyone the chance to thrive here. Job levels and promotions are determined through rigorous hiring and promotion committees, and must pass multiple levels of review, including checks to make sure there is no bias in these decisions.”
The revised lawsuit comes a couple of days after a new California law went into effect that prohibits employers from asking applicants about their prior salaries. If someone voluntarily discloses their prior pay, the law...
Wake Up To Breaking News!