Tag Archives: Paycheck Fairness Act

5 things I don’t like about the EEOC’s “pay survey” proposal

The EEOC’s requirement will join the growing list of all the other failed measures implemented over the last half century. Continue reading

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Undermining our girls

“True misogynists (and that includes feminists) refuse to see how far women have come. Surveys like the Scouts’, people like Sandberg, and holidays designed to make us look weak don’t empower girls and women. They infantilize us. That’s not equality.” Continue reading

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In the liberal Washington Post: Paycheck Fairness Act — A flawed approach to job bias

The bill seems to want employees to have as much control over a business as the employer has. Continue reading

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Maddow, Heroine, Tilts at Windmills

“This policy would place the burden of proof on employers to show that pay discrepancies are a “business necessity,” rather than requiring plaintiffs to demonstrate that they face discrimination.” Continue reading

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The PayCheck Fairness Act Is the Wrong Fix

“…[W]ould this legislation that is potentially damaging to businesses have been the thing to cause a real societal shift in the way women’s and men’s careers and work are valued? I have a hard time believing that.” Continue reading

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Paycheck Fairness Act Proponents Are Only Playing Politics

“Such as ambiguous standard would encourage businesses to adopt rigid, one-size-fits-all compensation practices. That’s bad news for female workers who want to negotiate more flexible job arrangements.” Continue reading

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The Case Against the Paycheck Fairness Act

“The Paycheck Fairness Act looks like common sense, but instead of helping women it will hurt all workers.” Continue reading

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