In the wake of the Supreme Court decision blocking a class action lawsuit by women who work for Wal-Mart, the question remains: What can women who believe they are underpaid do? Claire Shipman of ABC News reports that it is important to find out what others doing similar work are paid and to negotiate for pay increases. Shipman notes that in workplaces in which pay is made public, like the federal government, pay inequities are smaller than they are in workplaces where talking about pay is discouraged or prohibited. And Mika Brzezinski of Morning Joe on MSNBC tells ABC News that women should not threaten to quit over pay inequities unless they are ready to follow through on the threat.

 

 

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