memo - To: Sara Presler-Hoefle & Jacque Hatch From:...

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To: From: Ryann Trejo Date: March 3, 2008 In the case Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Ledbetter filed charges against the company for discrimination on her gender. Ledbetter was a woman working for a company dominated by men. She felt that she was getting ripped off by the company for doing the same amount of work as the men and getting paid substantially less. During the time period she worked for the company, salaried workers were denied raises based on performance, so this shows that it was not just her. During the trial, the court ordered the company for backpay, and for damages. In 1998, Ledbetter went into an early retirement, and thus she filed the charges against the company saying she was discriminated against, but what she did not realize was that there is a 180 day period in which she can file a claim (gender discrimination/ pay) on that company. The Goodyear Company was put on trial and denied any discrimination, and also
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