Although what you describe is unfair and understandably frustrating, it would not be illegal unless you could demonstrate a discriminatory basis for the disparity in pay between you and the payroll specialists at the sister companies.
This bring up another question as where is this in the California employee law book, as I did get a copy of the sister companies job description for there payroll and accounting tech. and her job is the
same as I do, except 3 lines of work that I knnow that she doesn't do as they have Human Resouce person to do now.
So before going to my supervisor with this I need to know were it say this so that I have some concrete statement,
Need to know when I inform them that they are demonstrate a discriminatory basis for the disparity in pay between you and the payroll specialists at the sister companies. is this a discriminatory law, and where does this state it in the law
Ok, you have stated that "though what you describe is unfair and understandably frustrating, it would not be illegal unless you could demonstrate a discriminatory basis for the disparity in pay between you and the payroll specialists at the sister companies."
My question is where is this in the law book with California ?
If I inform them that they are discriminating basis for the disparity in pay
I would like to be able to site the law to them.
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