Google is underpaying women
The US Department of Labor, which sued Google in January of last year, has stated that the company has retained some data on account auditing. Now the case has grown in size. According to the claim, the claim is paying women less salary.
Ongoing investigation brought new accusations. According to the US Department of Labor, the American company is paying less salaries to female employees than to male employees. The Ministry of Labor’s lawyer, Janet Herold, says the investigation has not yet been completed, adding that they have gained strong evidence of serious discrimination. Herold says there is “excessive” discrimination against women working in Google as a result of the government’s analysis.
The company is denying the allegations and charges. However, in the male-dominated technology industry, women are working on a much lower salary than male colleagues is on the agenda. The fact that Google is part of this agenda begins with the avoidance of delivering documents that the Ministry of Labor requires. The ministry, which sued them in order to make a decision to deliver data and documents for salaries, is under Google’s obligation to contract. Google has sent thousands of jurisdictions after the first case, but the claim that it is too comprehensive to protect employees’ privacy is not 100 percent.