FisherBroyles’ Employment Counsel and Partner Amy Epstein Gluck quoted in The Washington Post on equal pay for performing substantially equal work.

Jul 29, 2021
  • Employment Law
  • FisherBroyles News

“Whatever the [employer’s] reasoning, the result was still that equally qualified male and female employees were doing the same job for different pay rates, so you were justified in questioning it,” writes Karla Miller, columnist for The Washington Post. Contributing to the article, FisherBroyles employment partner and Employment Counsel Amy Epstein Gluck adds the recommendation “that employers periodically audit pay practices ‘especially as we go back to the workplace,’ to make sure they’re compensating workers appropriately and equitably based on performance, not on irrelevant or possibly discriminatory factors.”

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