Google hit with revised gender pay lawsuit

CNN MONEY | on Wed, Jan 3, 7:57 PM

Four former Google employees, who previously worked in a range of roles at the company, have come forward as part of a revised gender-pay lawsuit filed on Wednesday. Three of the women were part of an earlier lawsuit filed[1] in September alleging that female employees are paid less than their male counterparts. That suit was dismissed in December by a California judge who rejected the class action claim as overly broad. This newly filed suit more clearly defines the groups allegedly hindered...

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