JPMorgan Chase & Co. discriminated against at least 93 female technology employees by paying them less than similarly employed male workers, according to a Labor Department complaint announced Jan. 18 (OFCCP v. JPMorgan Chase & Co., Dep’t of Labor A.L.J., docket number unavailable, announced 1/18/17).
This is the second compensation discrimination complaint the DOL’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has filed so far in fiscal 2017. It also sued Analogic Corp. in October for alleged bias against female assembly workers in Massachusetts.
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