søndag 1. oktober 2017

Google is being sued for discrimination

Google is being sued for discrimination

The women who now sue Google claim that the company segregates women and places them in low-paid jobs.

Google's wage practices are once again in the spotlight, reports engadget.com.

Three women who have worked for the company are now claiming the company for gender discrimination. The women claim Google knew about the discrimination, or at least should have been aware of them.

Kelly Ellis, Holly Pease and Kelli Wisuri left all Google after they were placed in positions that would have given them lower wages than their male colleagues.

The women claim that Google segregates women and places them in less-paid jobs that hinder career development, while men with the same qualifications do not experience this.

Google says they read through the lawsuit now, but disagree with the key charges.

"Posting levels and promotions are determined through strict employment and promotion committees, they must pass many levels to ensure that no gender-based decisions have been made," said a spokeswoman in Google, Gina Scigliano.

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