A $118 million lesson in gender-equity pay.

Google has settled a class-action lawsuit by 15,500 female employees in California alleging the company routinely paid women less than male counterparts who performed substantially similar work across 200+ different jobs. The main mistake: Google set starting salaries using a process called "leveling at hire" that left many women behind from the start. The...

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