Temp workers get left out of Obama's pay discrimination action
President Barack Obama’s new effort to combat pay discrimination won’t help one of the fastest-growing parts of the American workforce: temporary workers. The administration is proposing a new requirement that all companies with more than 100 employees report what they pay workers by race, ethnicity and sex. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission already collects data on the workforce demographics of large companies, in order to spot hiring discrimination. The new rule would add pay information, which the E.E.O.C. then could use to investigate gender or racial pay gaps.
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