Google Should Turn Over Information On Women’S Pay

A judge has ordered Google to hand over employee records to federal investigators probing the alleged gender pay gap at the Internet giant.
“In an interview, Labor Department regional solicitor Janet Herold said she’s pleased the judge ordered Google to produce most of the kinds of records that the Labor Department has been fighting to access.
“We want to make it clear men and women of Google that we want to hear from them,” she said.
Berlin also denied part of the government’s request for records, agreeing with Google that the demand for contact information for more than 25,000 was too broad and could violate the privacy of employees.
Her office is trying to show there’s a systemic wage gap at Google.

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