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Thu Jun 5, 2014, 12:47 PM Jun 2014

Should the wage difference between women and men be addressed or left alone? [View all]

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We SHOULD take action to address the difference in compensation
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We SHOULD NOT take action to address the difference in compensation
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Transparency in the private sector and enforcement is needed... bettyellen Jun 2014 #1
The simplest and perhaps best transparency is open pay rosters. Gormy Cuss Jun 2014 #2
I thought it was interesting what they found in govt jobs, as soon as they stopped auditing- the bettyellen Jun 2014 #5
The better question for DU is why ANYone on this Democratic message board would think Glitterati Jun 2014 #3
it's not an insult. we have a significant minority that is opposed to equal pay for women CreekDog Jun 2014 #4
Doesn't look like they're interested in responding here redqueen Jun 2014 #6
Of course not. CreekDog Jun 2014 #7
Over in our mens rights forum you can learn it is fictional. Warren Stupidity Jun 2014 #8
... lol ... Tuesday Afternoon Jun 2014 #15
The discrepancy needs to be dealt with. JDPriestly Jun 2014 #9
k&r Starry Messenger Jun 2014 #10
Let's start at the top. Women who work in the White House earn 88% of what men who work there earn. Nye Bevan Jun 2014 #11
would you post an example? because I support what you're saying CreekDog Jun 2014 #12
If every female staffer in the White House was given a 13.6% raise, Nye Bevan Jun 2014 #13
i'm gonna hold you to that CreekDog Jun 2014 #14
This is where my distaste for almost all politicians kicks in joeglow3 Jun 2014 #17
i think the simplest fix to this and actually many other tangential pay problems La Lioness Priyanka Jun 2014 #16
Absolutely, but to raise women's wages not to lower men's until there is parity and call it a fix TheKentuckian Jun 2014 #18
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