Gender Discrimination at Wal-Mart
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The paper relates that in 2001, a group of women in Northern California filed the largest class action suit in US history against Wal Mart. The paper explains that they accused the company of systematically discriminating against women in pay and promotion; they won in 2004 and won again on appeal in 2007. This paper discusses the case as well as the underlying societal influences that involve national culture and women's roles in society.
From the Paper:"In June of 2001, six women in Northern California filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against Wal Mart in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. As part of that lawsuit, the women requested class action status so that the trial would actually cover all women working at Wal Mart at that time. This was a very daring maneuver. The discrimination the women claimed was based on Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which makes it illegal to discriminate in the workplace on the basis of race, color, religion, sex and national origin.(1)"
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