• DOL's Request For Google's Salary Data Ruled As ‘Intrusive'

    5 days ago - By Android Headlines

    An administrative law judge on Friday ruled that the United States Department of Labor's high-profile request for Google's salary data was “burdensome” for the Alphabet-owned company and “intrusive” in the context of not respecting the privacy of the firm's employees. The DOL's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs made the initial request earlier this year, alleging that the Mountain View, California-based tech giant is looking to hide a major gender pay gap issue that exists within its ranks. Google repeatedly denied those accusations, stating that its pay structure is...
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  • Google wins interim victory in its refusal to supply gender pay data to U.S. government

    Google wins interim victory in its refusal to supply gender pay data to U.S. government

    5 days ago - By 9to5Google

    Google has won at least an interim victory in its dispute with the U.S. Department of Labor over a planned anti-discrimination audit of the company.
    An administrative judge has ruled that Google was justified in its refusal to hand over pay data for 21,000 employees to allow the Dept of Labor to check whether the company was paying men more than women...
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