Equal Compensation for Women

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Lowell House, Apr 1, 1995 - Pay equity - 288 pages
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Explaining women's rights in the workplace, a guide to dealing with discrimination discusses pay discrepancies; spells out rights relating to maternity, family leave, eliminating sexual harassment, and equal advancement; and lists agencies that administer and enforce the laws. Original.

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Women are no longer making 59 cents on the dollar compared with men's earnings-they're now up to 70 cents on the dollar. That's why women in the workforce need this book. Berry, a lawyer focusing on ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
11
CHAPTER 3
31
CHAPTER 4
71
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Dawn Bradley Berry, J.D., is a lawyer and the author of "The 50 Most Influential Women in Law", "Equal Compensation for Women", and "The Domestic Violence Sourcebook".

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