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Omarosa On Trump Camp Pay Discrimination Suit: ‘A Lot Of Women’ Will Come Forward

Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman predicted on Tuesday that “a lot more” women will come forward as she and other women who worked as Trump campaign staffers sue President Donald Trump for pay discrimination. Omarosa filed to join a lawsuit on Monday alleging that the 2016 Trump campaign had paid its female staffers 20% less than their male counterparts who were doing the same job. During an appearance on MSNBC on Tuesday, the former reality TV star said she had been getting pa...
Tags: Misogyny, News, Sexism, White House, Time, Pay Gap, Msnbc, Donald Trump, Trump, Omarosa, Trump Campaign, Cristina Cabrera, Omarosa Manigault Newman, TV Clip, Alva Johnson, Omarosa On Trump Camp


What Did Google Actually Find Out About How It Pays Women and Men?

In 2017, Google was accused of gender pay discrimination by the U.S. Department of Labor. Later that year, Google employees conducted their own informal salary review, finding that women were paid less than men. In January of last year, several women filed a class-action lawsuit against the company, alleging it…Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Pay Gap, Gender Discrimination, Google Pay Gap, U S Department of Labor Later




What’s Next After the #MeToo Movement? Women Must Take Charge to Combat Sexism in the Workplace

Enough already. I’ve written about sexism in the workplace, and I thought the situation might be improving—how wrong I was. A recent study of women sheds new light on the sexism that women face at work, and it’s even sadder for women in sales. It’s time for sexism to stop. Would you recognize sexism when it’s happening? It’s not so easy to do. Some women start even farther behind The New York Times reported on a study released by the University of Chicago about social attitudes and the role of...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Sexism, Sales, Indiana, Missouri, New York Times, Iowa, University Of Chicago, Pay Gap, Women In Business, New England, Glassdoor, Midwest, Pacific Coast, Lucidchart


What’s Next After the #MeToo Movement? Women Must Take Charge to Combat Sexism in the Workplace

Enough already. I’ve written about sexism in the workplace, and I thought the situation might be improving—how wrong I was. A recent study of women sheds new light on the sexism that women face at work, and it’s even sadder for women in sales. It’s time for sexism to stop. Would you recognize sexism when it’s happening? It’s not so easy to do. Some women start even farther behind The New York Times reported on a study released by the University of Chicago about social attitudes and the role of...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Sexism, Sales, Indiana, Missouri, New York Times, Iowa, University Of Chicago, Pay Gap, Women In Business, New England, Glassdoor, Midwest, Pacific Coast, Lucidchart


Benedict Cumberbatch will only work on films where his co-stars are paid as much as he is

That's right, wizard, detective, and occasional actor Benedict Cumberbatch isn't cool with bullshit pay gaps that Hollywood production companies have been laying on his female colleagues since pretty much forever. During an interview with the Radio Times, the actor, best known for his come-hither and do-my-bidding eyes, proclaimed that he refuses to have anything to do with a project where his female co-star isn't being paid the same amount of cash as he is. In an interview with Radio Times Mag...
Tags: Post, Hollywood, London, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, News, Film, Equality, Pay Gap, Radio Times, Radio Times Magazine Cumberbatch, SunnyMarch Cumberbatch, Radio Times Magazine, Adam -LSB- Ackland


Benedict Cumberbatch says he will only work on films in which female co-stars are paid as much as he is

That's right, wizard, detective, and occasional actor Benedict Cumberbatch isn't cool with bullshit pay gaps that Hollywood production companies have been laying on his female colleagues since pretty much forever. During an interview with the Radio Times, the actor, best known for his come-hither and do-my-bidding eyes, proclaimed that he refuses to have anything to do with a project where his female co-star isn't being paid the same amount of cash as he is. In an interview with Radio Times Mag...
Tags: Post, Hollywood, London, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, News, Film, Equality, Pay Gap, Radio Times, Radio Times Magazine Cumberbatch, SunnyMarch Cumberbatch, Radio Times Magazine, Adam -LSB- Ackland


Hired spent $2 million fix its wage gap

The pay gap is real, my friends. Hired, the career marketplace that produces studies about pay inequality, spent $2 million in 2016 to close its wage gap across gender, race and sexual identity. Since then, Hired says it reassessed pay six months later, and followed the same methodology in 2017. The company says it plans to do it again this year. It’s worth noting that Salesforce, which employs 25,000 employees or so, spent $3 million in one year to close its gender pay gap. In total, Salesfo...
Tags: Tech, Diversity, Pay Gap, Hired, Include, SVP, Dragovich, Kelli Dragovich


Hired spent $2 million to fix its wage gap

The pay gap is real, my friends. Hired, the career marketplace that produces studies about pay inequality, spent $2 million in 2016 to close its wage gap across gender, race and sexual identity. Since then, Hired says it reassessed pay six months later, and followed the same methodology in 2017. The company says it plans to do it again this year. It’s worth noting that Salesforce, which employs 25,000 employees or so, spent $3 million in one year to close its gender pay gap. In total, Salesfo...
Tags: Tech, Diversity, Pay Gap, Hired, Include, SVP, Dragovich, Kelli Dragovich


White men still make the most money in tech, Hired says

Hired has released its annual pay equity report. Unsurprisingly, white men earn the most at $136,000 per year on average, followed by Asian men making a yearly average of $135,000. Here are some other stats that highlight the pay discrepancies in tech: Companies offer women 4 percent less than men, on average, for the same role at the same company Black and Latinx women are offered 90 cents for every dollar white men earn LGBTQ+ women are offered more than their non-LGBTQ counterparts Other f...
Tags: TC, Wage Gap, San Francisco, Tech, Diversity, Paris, Pay Gap, Pay Equity, Toronto London


Google spent about $270K to close pay gaps across race and gender

Google says there are currently no “statistically significant” pay gaps at the company across race and gender. This is based on the company’s most recent pay analysis, where it looked at unexplained pay discrepancies based on gender and race and then made adjustments where necessary, Google wrote in a blog post today. In total, Google found statistically significant pay differences for 228 employees across six job groups. So, Google increased the compensation for each of those employees, whic...
Tags: Google, Startups, Diversity, Palo Alto, Pay Gap, Include, Department of Labor, Heidi Lamar, Children Center


Iceland May Demand Proof Companies Are Paying Men and Women Equally

Despite having had laws mandating equal pay between the sexes for decades, Iceland’s stubborn gap still hasn’t completely closed. Hence a possible new approach currently being entertained: receipts. Read more...
Tags: News, Iceland, Pay Gap, Pay Equity, Scandamania


Seattle Week in Review: Mech Bezos, Bay Area Capital, Family Leave

Spring will get here eventually, and it will be more glorious for the wait. In the meantime, we’re looking back on a relatively quiet week in local tech, including: Amazon’s Jeff Bezos in the pilot seat of a giant robot; PitchBook data on investments in Seattle by Bay Area-based venture capitalists; a new Seattle proposal for universal paid family medical leave; a major gift to the University of Washington’s chemistry department; and some recommended weekend reading. —Jeff Bezos posted a ...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Gender, Immigration, Trends, It, Vc, Chemistry, Pay Gap, Jeff Bezos, Seattle, Pew Research Center, Alexa, Remitly, Bay Area, Vancouver Bc


Kay And Jared Jewelry Company Accused Of Widespread Sexual Harassment

Hundreds of former employees of Sterling Jewelers—the multibillion dollar conglomerate comprising Jared the Galleria of Jewelry and Kay Jewelers—have filed claims attesting that the chief executive, not to mention many other company managers, cultivated an environment rife with sexual harassment and discrimination.Read more...
Tags: News, Sexism, Sexual Abuse, Pay Gap, Sexual Harassment, Jared, Violence Against Women, Signet Jewelers, Kay Jewelers, Sexual Violence, Workplace Harassment, Sterling Jewelers, Jared The Galleria Of Jewelry, Mark Light, Kay And Jared


Natalie Portman Reveals Male Co-Star Was Paid Three Times More Than Her

In a new interview, Natalie Portman said she was paid a third of what one of her male co-stars earned. As part of an interview for her cover story with Marie Claire U.K., Portman said that she knew about the pay gap during her time working with Ashton Kutcher on the 2011 film “No Strings Attached,” but... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Ashton Kutcher, Pay Gap, Natalie Portman


The Wage Gap Closes for UK Millennial Women, and Then Opens Right Back Up Again

Women have so much to look forward to. Millennial women can look forward to making less and less than their male counterparts or, if their of an older generation, they can look forward to watching millennials make less and less than their male counterparts.Read more...
Tags: UK, News, Millennials, Pay Gap, Gender Wage Gap


Watch: the alarming pay gap between white actors and actors of color

Hollywood Pay Gap Show me the money. The pay gap between white and minority actors is stark – and incredibly problematic: Posted by Fusion on Friday, October 7, 2016 [mn-post-video] Actors on the show Games of Thrones can earn up to $500,000 per episode. Meanwhile the actors of color that mostly make up the cast of Empire, the highest rated drama on television, only earn around $175,000 per episode. Kerry Washington and Viola Davis, some of the most highest paid black female actors on telev...
Tags: Travel, Hollywood, Viola Davis, Kerry Washington, Activism, Race, Pay Gap, Claire Danes, Ellen Pompeo


Women of Wall Street Face Off in Exclusive Clip From Equity

The financial thriller follows a money-hungry investment banker navigating shady deals
Tags: Movies, Wage Gap, Sexism, Uncategorized, Feminism, Pay Gap, Anna Gunn, Equal Pay


Narrow the Gapp Shows You How Unequal Pay Varies by Industry

The gender pay gap is still an issue, and it’s wider in some industries than others . Lifehacker founder Gina Trapani has developed a tool to tell you just how much pay varies between men and women in specific industries.Read more...
Tags: Personal Finance, Money, Finances, Spending, Salary, Pay Gap, Gina Trapani, life-hacks


The Wage Gap Revolution Will Not Be Led by Millionaire Actresses

On Sunday, Susan Sarandon became the latest actress to share her personal experiences with wage discrimination. Vanity Fair reports that, while speaking at a Cannes Women in Motion conference, Sarandon “revealed” that she had been inspired by Jennifer Lawrence’s essay for Lenny on the same subject. “There was an instance where I did a film with two big [male actors] and we were supposed to be favored nations,” Sarandon said at the conference. “Then halfway into it I found out they were getting p...
Tags: Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Wage Gap, Rants, Pay Gap, Vanity Fair, Cannes, Susan Sarandon, Robin Wright, Lenny, Sarandon, Equal Pay For Equal Work


Robin Wright Demanded (and Received) as Much Money as Kevin Spacey for House of Cards

In an interview Tuesday hosted by the Rockefeller Foundation, Robin Wright revealed that she requested a pay increase so her wages would match co-star Kevin Spacey’s after a couple seasons of making their show House of Cards .Read more...
Tags: Notablequotable, House Of Cards, Kevin Spacey, Pay Gap, Wage Inequality, Robin Wright, Rockefeller Foundation, House of Cards Read


Facebook, Microsoft, Apple Say They Offer Equal Pay

Tech giants are under pressure to disclose salary gap data
Tags: Facebook, Microsoft, Uncategorized, Diversity, Companies, Pay Gap, Gender Gap, Facebook Microsoft


Non-Sequiturs: 03.31.16

* The essential questions every in-house counsel should ask before they pick a law firm. [Forbes] * Donald Trump's comments advocating punishment for women who have abortions have been turned into an attack ad. That didn't take much time at all. [The Hill] * Read up on the lawsuit filed by the US Women's National Team filed against US Soccer alleging discriminatory wage practices. [Huffington Post] * What are the best practices for answering emails when you are at home? [Corporette] * Another r...
Tags: Supreme Court, Scotus, Oops, Sports, Soccer, Missouri, Abortion, Pay Gap, Donald Trump, Gawker, Fdr, Huffington Post, Forbes, The Hill, US Soccer, US Women s National Team


Amazon Has (Kind of) Closed Its Gender Pay Gap 

Earlier this month, the maybe evil online retailer Amazon found itself under pressure to release details of gender and pay within the company. Amazon’s recently released survey shows that the company pays women and men in the United States virtually the same.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Work, Gender, United States, Pay Gap


Study: Pay Rates Drop When a Bunch of Women Get Into a Field

It’s a common refrain in comments sections across the land: The pay gap is nothing more than a manifestation of the fact that women prefer low-paying occupations. Well, guess what? When women move en masse to a male-dominated field, paychecks wither.Read more...
Tags: Wage Gap, Pay Gap, Cornell, Nyu, Paula England, Francine D Blau, U Penn


Unequal Pay: The Worst and Best Cities for Women in Tech

It’s no secret that a wage gap exists between men and women, and that there are groups working to narrow the divide. But did you know that the disparity of pay between male and female workers, in the tech field at least, is larger in some areas of the country than others? While that much may be intuitive, the ranking of top cities for women tech workers features some surprises. SmartAsset, a New York-based fintech company that provides advice on personal finance decisions, studied U.S. Cens...
Tags: Startups, New York, Texas, Technology, Wage Gap, Jobs, Colorado, Housing, Boston, Women, Employment, San Francisco, Entrepreneur, Tech, Austin, Washington Dc