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SALARY INEQUITY CASE STUDY 1 Salary Inequities Case Study: Answer to question 11-13 Alexander Bassey Human Capital Management 531 University of Phoenix Dr. Dennis Cashman August 5, 2017
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SALARY INEQUITY CASE STUDY 2 Situation Analysis The issue of equal pay between a male and a female employee, has always been a huge concern in the United States. The Equal Pay Act 1963 was put in place to dismantle the so long repeated imbalance of paid wages margin determined by the gender of a person. Former President John F. Kennedy saw this issue to be a hindrance to the growth of the United States advanced and thriving economy, in the sense that limits the use of the efficient and abundant human capital available, undermines the living standard of an average American family, and creates unreasonable, prejudiced, biased, discriminatory environment in the workforce. In this case study, the question of chapter 11-13 reads, “Although the case with OFCCP is closed, we wonder if there are any less discriminatory explanations possible for why our women sales reps on average earned less than men. If so, what are they?” (Dessler, 2017).
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