Uber To Settle Gender And Race Unequal Pay Suit For $10M

Law360 (March 27, 2018, 10:19 PM EDT) -- Uber Technologies Inc. agreed Monday to pay $10 million and make changes to its systems for evaluating workers to end a proposed class action in California federal court brought by female software engineers and engineers of color who claim they haven't been paid equally by the ride-hailing company.

The settlement, if approved, would provide about $23,800 to each of the estimated 420 engineers who were allegedly negatively impacted by a performance evaluation system in which supervisors rank their workers. Additionally, Uber would work with an outside consultant to develop a new system for promoting, evaluating and compensating workers, according to the...

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