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AT&T and OFCCP Reach Agreement to Resolve Gender Based Compensation Disparities

By OutSolve - Jan 25, 2021 9:29:26 AM - 1 MINS READ

Early resolution conciliation agreement includes $173,000 to address pay disparities between male and female employees

OFCCP and AT&T Services Inc. entered into an Early Resolution Conciliation Agreement and will pay $173,000 to address pay disparities between male and female employees in California and Nevada. AT&T will also take proactive steps to ensure that its compensation practices are non-discriminatory and will provide annual training about affirmative action obligations, pay transparency regulations and the need to guard against implicit bias and stereotypes, to all human resources professionals and others responsible for compensation. AT&T will submit reports to OFCCP on these activities for the next three years.

During a routine compliance review, OFCCP identified that as of February 1, 2019, the company paid 27 female employees who worked in the manager network services positions less than their male counterparts.

Press release

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