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Workplace Diversity: Gender issues for women

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How have women struggled in the workplace to stay on equal footing with men? What is EPA and how does it relate to gender issues in the workplace?

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The EPA or Equal Pay Act of 1963 mandates employers to equally compensate women and men for work performed in the same place. The act does not require that the employees hold the same positions.
EPA prohibits discrimination on account of sex in the payment of wages by employers.

Women have struggled for decades for equality in the workplace. As most men believed that a women's place was in the home, not in the world of work. During World War II, middle class ...

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