Last month, Google fired a male employee for circulating an internal memo that enforced "harmful" Gender stereotypes.
The controversial document, attacking Google's purported "ideological echo chamber," suggested that women had low representation in software engineering due to biological differences.
The latest suit cites the DoL's review of wage data for employees at the Mountain View company's headquarters.
Despite pouring millions into initiatives to broaden its workforce, its latest report on inclusion showed that women make up just 20 percent of its tech roles.
- Three women who worked at Google just sued the company, claiming discriminationYahoo Finance UK
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- Female ex-Googlers sue, claiming sex discriminationArs Technica
- Google facing potential class action over gender-based pay discriminationZDNet
- Google faces lawsuit over gender-based pay discriminationDaily Sabah
- Google finally dragged to court over gender pay gap. But will it change anything?Oddnaari.in
- Bias Suit Could Boost Pay, Open Promotions for Women at GoogleWIRED
- Google's ex-employees file lawsuit over gender discriminationBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)
- Google hit with class action lawsuit over gender payKSAT San Antonio