Submit Comments to the Department of Labor - Protect Women from Pay Discrimination

The Department of Labor is currently considering creating a new compensation data tool that would make it easier to enforce laws that prohibit pay discrimination. Since 2006, the federal government has had NO tool to effectively monitor wage discrimination based on race, national origin and gender by private employers. This means that our tax dollars could possibly be going to federal contractors who are not paying women fairly. It's time to take a stand. Raise your voice: tell the Department of Labor to move us forward and collect wage data.

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Dear Director Carr,

I strongly support the development and implementation of a compensation data collection survey that would make it easier to enforce laws that prohibit pay discrimination.



The wage gap has been stuck at 77 cents for the past three years, despite important laws that prohibit gender discrimination in compensation. Collecting this data would be a critical step. As a fair pay advocate, I urge you to develop and implement the compensation data collection survey.

Sincerely,
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]