Google Women Suing Over Pay Bias Must Wait for 2023 Trial Date

Sept. 28, 2021, 9:52 PM

A class of female Google Inc. employees who allege they were paid less than their male counterparts at the tech giant must wait until January 2023 to take their claims to trial, in part to ensure pay data is available for all those who received class notices, a judge in San Francisco said Tuesday.

The women sued Google in 2017 in San Francisco Superior Court, alleging violations of California’s Equal Pay Act and Unfair Competition Law. Women at Google were paid less in terms of base salary, bonuses, and stock options, and a company policy of asking job candidates for ...

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