"This law would close the loopholes" that exist with the Equal Pay Act
of 1963, said Douglas Rowe, a partner in the labor and employment group at Certilman Balin in East Meadow.
The Equal Pay Act
hasn't been effective because (https://digitalcommons.law.umaryland.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=3789&context=mlr) courts read the law narrowly .
But does Alex think enough has changed since the 1970s, when the Equal Pay Act
It argued that the prior salaries earned by the men were highly relevant and that this qualified as an exception under the Equal Pay Act
In 1969, a 1,000 person-strong equal pay demonstration took place in London and, a year later, the Equal Pay Act
was introduced to ban unfair treatment of women in the workplace.
The Equal Pay Act
marked a turning point, and from the 1970s onwards a plethora of legislation ensued as a direct result of the women's rights movement.
The view of the unions on the group was that the 1972 Equal Pay Act
should be updated and amended, rather than new legislation introduced.
The EEOC suit contended that the company's actions violated the Equal Pay Act
and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Keenan and Floyd did not rule on whether they think the fraud investigator pay difference was the result of discrimination, but they say that, because each female plaintiff earned less than at least one other male plaintiff performing substantially equal work, the EEOC had established a "prima facie case" of discrimination under the federal Equal Pay Act
Shakema Grace filed the federal lawsuit last week that alleged gender discrimination in pay under the Equal Pay Act
while she worked at the $4.8 billion Police & Fire Federal Credit Union in Philadelphia.
The first Equal Pay Act
, passed in 1970, was beautifully simple: women and men should be paid the same if they did similar jobs.
Is it too much to ask that women get the pay they deserve before the 50th anniversary of the 1970 Equal Pay Act