3 Women Of Color Accuse Uber Of Unequal Pay

Law360, New York (October 25, 2017, 9:58 PM EDT) -- Three women of color claim Uber Technologies Inc. does not pay female engineers or engineers of color equal compensation in a suit filed Tuesday in California state court, which blames, in part, a performance evaluation system in which supervisors rank their workers.

Ingrid Avendaño, Roxana del Toro Lopez and Ana Medina, two of whom left the company this summer, claim that this system uses criteria that is not valid or reliable, to the detriment of workers of color. The suit, filed on behalf of the named plaintiffs and all aggrieved employees, alleges unfair business practices and violations of the California Equal...

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