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No. The company can choose the pay for any position for any employer at the company's sole discretion and the employer is not obligated to offer the same pay to two different employees, who have the same employment position, so generally, there would not be any legal recourse under similar circumstances.
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No. Generally, that would not be discrimination, as South Carolina is at will employment state and any employer can set the amount of pay at the employer's discretion for each individual employee.
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