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Labor & Employment – Equal Pay Act – Employee Fraud – After-Acquired Evidence (access required)

Although the employer paid plaintiff "traffic scheduler," a female, $8,000 less per year than one of her male co-workers, also a traffic scheduler, the court finds that plaintiff did not perform the "substantially equal" work as the other male employee, and the employer did not discriminate against plaintiff on the basis of sex under the ...

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