Bloomberg Law
Aug. 29, 2017, 10:17 PM

Google May Be Pressed to Turn Over More Pay Data in Bias Probe

Bloomberg Law - Staff Reports

By Chris Opfer and Jay-Anne B. Casuga, Bloomberg BNA

The Labor Department wants an appeals panel to force Google to turn over more worker salary information in an ongoing investigation into alleged pay disparities at the tech giant’s California headquarters.

DOL lawyers Aug. 24 asked the department’s administrative review board to order Google to turn over salary histories for some 25,000 workers, dating back to the company’s formation in 1998. An administrative law judge last month blocked the request but said Google had to give the DOL a separate “snapshot” of pay, job duties, and other information for 21,000 workers ...

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