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    How are the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights

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    How are the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act different, and how might these differences affect an employee who is seeking relief against wage discrimination based on sex/gender?

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    The equal pay act lays the rules and regulations for employees performing the same work, in the same exact capacity. The equal pay act states that two employees cannot be paid differently for the same work, based on gender. The male and female employees must make equal amounts of money for the same work being performed, assuming there are no other differences in responsibilities within the company. Title VII of the Civil ...

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    How are the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act different, and how might these differences affect an employee who is seeking relief against wage discrimination based on sex/gender?

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