Pay-Check Fairness Act


The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009, approved by the Senate, will ease time limits on wage discrimination claims which could lead to increased litigation and administrative headaches for many employers.

If it becomes law, Richard Gisonny, a principal with Towers Perrin in Valhalla, New York, said “it will lead to an increase in costly litigation and that would come in the midst of a difficult economic climate” where companies are laying off employees “and trying to stay in business.”

Editor’s Note: This country (USA) is turning towards socialisim faster than a speeding bullet.

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