8th Circuit Denies Relief for Female Employee Paid Less for Choosing to Do More

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A female employee wasn’t discriminated against for receiving less compensation than her male coworkers when she voluntarily chose to complete tasks that weren’t required of her, according to the U.S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals (whose rulings apply to all Nebraska employers), upholding a Nebraska federal district court decision.

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Barbara Perry, a former employee of Zoetis, LLC, became upset upon discovering she was making less money than her male coworkers. She met with the company’s HR manager and requested a raise, arguing she was performing more job duties and receiving less compensation than the men were earning.

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