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State Street Global Advisors agreed to pay a $5 million settlement over alleged pay discrimination against some female and black employees.
State Street Global Advisors agreed to a $5 million settlement to pay back some female and black employees whom, according to a federal audit that started in 2012, the company discriminated against.
The feds allege 305 women in senior vice president, managing director or vice president roles were paid less than men in the same positions. The report says 15 black VPs were paid less than white employees in the same job.
Since at least December 2010, all the identified employees were reportedly paid less in base salary and total compensation, and the female employees also received less bonus pay. State Street denies the allegations.
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