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Organize everyone into a labor union. Labor unions are all for fair pay for their workers.
So it begins.
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From The White House, with the backing of Ivanka Trump, will end an Obama-era policy that would have required business owners to document how much they pay their workers alongside their gender, race and ethnicity.

The Trump administration is scrapping the scheme, which was due to come into force in the spring this year, on the basis that it will be a burden to employers. The data-collection requirement was proposed by Obama in 2016 as part of a drive to rectify pay inequality among different minority groups, the Wall Street Journal reported.


“It’s enormously burdensome,” Neomi Rao an administrator from the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs said. “We don’t believe it would actually help us gather information about wage and employment discrimination," she added.

Under the scheme, employers with 100 or more employees would have needed to hand over data on employment and wages to the Equal Employment Opportunity

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Another feel good thing from Obama that would not only not work but would be more paperwork for businesses that already are overloaded with government regulations. Typical of the hate for businesses from Obama and many on the left.
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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@KidBoy2 wrote:
The scrapped provision would have required employers to report aggregate information on how much they pay workers ― broken down by gender, race and ethnicity ― and would have been a critical first step in figuring out the scope of the pay gap at different companies.

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Required employers to report personal information. Is that not againist many laws?


Had you even read about how it would work?  Of course you didn't.

 The way it would work would be to require the reporting of personal information. Any further questions??

 


 


You have just shown that you haven't any idea as to how it worked either. Thanks.


You are very welcome.

 

Would you care to offer some proof as to your allegation? Or is that one of those "we all know" type things.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@KidBoy2 wrote:
The scrapped provision would have required employers to report aggregate information on how much they pay workers ― broken down by gender, race and ethnicity ― and would have been a critical first step in figuring out the scope of the pay gap at different companies.

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Required employers to report personal information. Is that not againist many laws?


Had you even read about how it would work?  Of course you didn't.

 The way it would work would be to require the reporting of personal information. Any further questions??

 


 


You have just shown that you haven't any idea as to how it worked either. Thanks.


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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@KidBoy2 wrote:
The scrapped provision would have required employers to report aggregate information on how much they pay workers ― broken down by gender, race and ethnicity ― and would have been a critical first step in figuring out the scope of the pay gap at different companies.

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Required employers to report personal information. Is that not againist many laws?


Had you even read about how it would work?  Of course you didn't.

 The way it would work would be to require the reporting of personal information. Any further questions??

 


 

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@KidBoy2 wrote:
The scrapped provision would have required employers to report aggregate information on how much they pay workers ― broken down by gender, race and ethnicity ― and would have been a critical first step in figuring out the scope of the pay gap at different companies.

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Required employers to report personal information. Is that not againist many laws?


Had you even read about how it would work?  Of course you didn't.

 

 


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The scrapped provision would have required employers to report aggregate information on how much they pay workers ― broken down by gender, race and ethnicity ― and would have been a critical first step in figuring out the scope of the pay gap at different companies.

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Required employers to report personal information. Is that not againist many laws?

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With Ivanka Trump’s Blessing, White House Ditches Equal Pay Rule

The Obama-era provision was meant to help address the gender pay gap that the president’s daughter has claimed to care about.

Days after issuing a bland statement supporting women’s equality, the Trump administration halted a key equal pay initiative on Tuesday put in place by the Obama administration.

By Emily Peck

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