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Two new reports say Microsoft overwhelmingly underpays women and stifles their careers. – slate.com

The reports are part of a class action discrimination lawsuit against the tech company.

One, by Henry Farber, an economics professor at Princeton, analyzed data on more than 16,000 employees.

The other study filed in the case, conducted by Ann Marie Ryan, a psychology professor at Michigan State University, found that Microsoft “does not provide clear, job-related guidance as to how to distinguish levels within a career stage for compensation decisions.”

 

Source: Two new reports say Microsoft overwhelmingly underpays women and stifles their careers.

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