This week, the US Women’s National Soccer Team filed suit against the USA Soccer, claiming that they are not paid commensurately with their male counterparts.  The USWNT, who is possibly the most popular and profitable female sports enterprise on the planet, has been locked in labor discord with USA Soccer for the better part of

As many of you probably know, the EEOC has issued a proposed rule that, if adopted, would require significant changes to the EEO-1 reporting requirements.  The rule proposal is designed to help the EEOC gather data related to pay discrimination claims.  If adopted, it will require employers who are required to complete annual EEO-1 reports

In recent years the issue of the so-called “gender gap” in employee wages has, pardon the use of this word, “engendered” strong feeling on the part of the labor and business communities.  Proponents of the gender gap theory maintain that the data is clear that women earn, on average, 79 cents per dollar that is

“Women continue to make less than men for the same work,” notes Tara Siegel Bernard in her interesting article in the New York Times of November 15 entitled “Vigilant Eye On Gender Pay Gap.”

Link:  http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/15/business/keeping-a-vigilant-eye-on-pay-equity-for-women.html?module=Search&mabReward=relbias%3Ar%2C%7B%222%22%3A%22RI%3A18%22%7D&_r=0

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What is particularly interesting is that while she examines the causes of gender pay disparity, she also reports on