Equal Compensation for Women: A Guide to Getting What You're Worth

Equal Compensation for Women: A Guide to Getting What You're Worth

by Dawn Bradley Berry
     
 

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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 civil rights law, presents many aspects of the equal rights battle of female workers, including the law, compensation, discrimination, the mommy track, the glass ceiling blocking career advancement, family choices, and sexual harassment. A brief history of compensation law (past and current) is followed by a discussion of appropriate agencies and their roles. Potential problems and how to assess and address them are the practical core of this book. Lists of public and private agencies, resources, and cases are included. Recommended as helpful to women as well as to those who hire them.-Patty Miller, New Hampshire Technical Coll. Lib., Laconia

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781565651241
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill/Contemporary
Publication date:
04/01/1994
Pages:
288

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