Gender pay gap | Could LinkedIn's $1.8m payout be a major step for equal pay?

Could LinkedIn's $1.8m payout be a major step for equal pay?

Following allegations of gender pay discrimination, LinkedIn reached a deal with nearly 700 female staff, worth $1.8million - a huge pay out accompanied by several future legal evaluations, which could have major implications for the future of gender pay gaps across the States.

The professional networking platform reached a settlement with the U.S. Labor Department over allegations of systemic, gender-based pay discrimination at its San Francisco and Sunnyvale, California, facilities.

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