For the past three years, Mississippi remained the only state in the country that did not have a bill prohibiting pay discrimination based on gender. This all changed on April 20, 2022, when Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves signed House Bill 770, also known as the “Mississippi Equal Pay for Equal Work Act,” into law.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Ninth Circuit Finds Gender Discrimination in Retention RaiseAn Equal Pay Act plaintiff must show that employees of the opposite sex were paid different wages for equal work. Pretty simple — right? However, there are many factors that go into deciding what is “equal work” or whether the difference in wages is really tied to sex. In Jennifer Joy Freyd vs. University

Can You Rely on an Employee’s Prior Salary as a Defense to a Pay Discrimination Suit? The Supreme Court Refuses to Enter the FrayIn hiring employees, can you just give them a salary bump or must you look at their soon-to-be coworkers to decide the correct amount? This is a hotly debated issue right now, and, as with many things, it depends on where you live. In Rizo v. Yovino, Fresno County Superintendent of Schools, the Ninth