Google is now embroiled in a full class-action lawsuit over whether it underpaid women
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Google is now embroiled in a full class-action lawsuit over whether it underpaid women

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Four women who used to work for Google have won class-action status for their gender equity lawsuit against the search engine company, allowing them to represent some 10,800 women, Bloomberg reports.

The lawsuit alleges that Google pays men more than women for the same work, in violation of California’s Equal Pay Act, and that Google paid its female employees nearly $17,000 less per year than male counterparts in the same roles. The women filed the suit in 2017, claiming they were put into lower career tracks than their male colleagues— so-called “job ladders” that resulted in them receiving lower bonuses and salaries. The women have since left Google.

“This is a significant day for women at Google and in the technology sector, and we…

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