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How To Prove Pay Discrimination

Wage discrimination is paying someone less because of gender, race, age, or religion. Paying an employee less because of a protected characteristic is against the law. For example, paying women less than men for the same work is considered pay discrimination.

To prove pay discrimination, it is important to keep accurate records of pay, job duties, and performance evaluations. This documentation can be used as evidence in a discrimination lawsuit. Keep track of your hours worked, bonuses earned, and any changes in your pay rate.

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Questions? Call us at 1-877-422-4454. We can answer all of your questions about wage discrimination, wage theft, Equal Pay Act EPA, and other wage theft recovery issues.


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