Are You Being Paid Less Than Your Male Peers In The Tech Industry?
If you are a female employed in the State of California who is paid less than your male counterparts, you may be eligible to receive compensation through a class action lawsuit. (read more)
Computer programming is the occupation in America with the most gender discrimination, according to a recent study published by the Glassdoor. The analysis, which included data obtained from over 500,000 employees, found that females make on average 28 percent less than a man with the same job – and the same education, years of experience and age, among other factors.
The California Fair Pay Act prohibits employers in the State of California from paying its female employees less than it pays its male employees for performing substantially similar work under similar working conditions.
If you are a female who is currently, or has been within the last three years, employed in the State of California, you may have a claim against your employer if you are paid less than your male counterparts. If you are interested in reaching out to an attorney to determine if you have a legal claim against your employer, fill out the form on this page to submit your information for a free and confidential review.
To determine whether you are eligible to receive compensation, please fill out the form below. An attorney will confidentially review your submission at no cost to you.
If you would like to speak directly with a lawyer, please call Marie McCrary at 415-639-0909, ext. 107.