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Vice Media Gets Hit With Equal Pay Class Action Lawsuit

Vice Media Gets Hit With Equal Pay Class Action Lawsuit The Los Angeles Times reports that the suit was filed Elizabeth Rose, a former project editor at Vice who worked for the company in both Los Angeles and New York from 2014 to 2016. In the suit, Rose alleges that she hired a male subordinate who made $25,000 more than her. That same man was then promoted over her because he was a "good personality fit" for the clients he was working with. Rose then found an internal memo that listed employees' salaries and found that women were generally paid less then men. We have just been made aware of the complaint and are reviewing it. As a company, we have made a significant commitment to a respectful, inclusive and equal workplace.

Source: Inform News

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