Last week, the New York Times obtained a spreadsheet detailing Google salaries which employees had taken it upon themselves to compile.

The ACLU argues that government accountability for such disparaties would make fact-finding missions by employees unnecessary in the future.

Had the amendment passed, said Leveille, “The EEOC’s data collection would have deterred intentional pay disparities, facilitated employers’ good faith efforts to comply with equal pay laws, and identified appropriate targets for federal enforcement of nondiscrimination law.”

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