How does someone even know how much another person is paid to even claim wage disparity?

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  • How does someone even know how much another person is paid to even claim wage disparity?


Answer #1 | 10/02 2014 05:53
We are told by msnbc who we need to hate each morning when we wake up around ten.
Answer #2 | 10/02 2014 05:55
Proposed paycheck fairness laws try to remedy that
Answer #3 | 10/02 2014 05:51
I'm sure the numbers are reported but there is so very much more to the equation. It's hard to measure how hard a person works for their money. Some jobs are treacherously hard while I have seen jobs where people are paid just to sleep somewhere then clock out and go home and enjoy the day. Some jobs require a lot of uncompensated personal investment (like commuting or education) while others are so full of perks that they are like constant vacations. Many jobs on top of that simply do not pay hourly and one might be working 80 hours a week-like truckers or military. And then, there is the situation that we can all thank overtime laws for-having to waste enormous amounts of time commuting between two jobs because neither of your employers can afford to pay you to work over 40.
Answer #4 | 10/02 2014 05:49
Wage disparity in a union shop is nonexistent. You have just one pay scale for everyone, either female or male.
Answer #5 | 10/02 2014 05:48
I've had liberals on here plainly tell me if it weren't for regulations, corporations would kill us all (even their consumers). so the real wonder is, if corps need rules, why do they ever pay more than minimum wage? (the answer is obvious, because corporations want happy employees, but this doesn't fit the liberal agenda).
Answer #6 | 10/02 2014 05:45
the numbers are all reported to the dept of labor

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