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Gender equality: Google told to hand over salary details

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Staff Writer | July 17, 2017
A judge has ordered Google to hand over salary records to the government in an ongoing investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor.
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Technology   Judge Steve Berlin
The department has accused Google of systematically discriminating against women.

Google must provide the federal government with a 2014 snapshot of the data, along with contact information for thousands of employees for possible interviews, according to a ruling made public on Sunday.

Judge Steve Berlin denied part of the government’s request for records and partially sided with Google, which had argued the department’s demands were overly broad and could violate employee privacy.

The limited records Google must release could help the Department of Labor (DoL) build a formal pay discrimination case against the company, which has repeatedly refused to disclose key data in what has become one of the most high-profile court battles to date regarding wage inequality in Silicon Valley.


 

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