Here is what makes equal pay claims so difficult to win

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When a longtime government agency employee sued her employer for violating the Equal Pay Act, she argued that the defendant paid her male coworker more for “essentially the same job.” In her mind, their roles “were complementary and [their] duties equal.”

But that’s not enough to show prevail under the Equal Pay Act.

Hey, before I tell you about the Fourth Circuit decision I read last night after watching the Cowboys complete their annual Winter collapse and their mouthy fans finally accepting this inevitability, I want to remind you that last week’s edition of The Employer Handbook Zoom

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