Two people doing identical work should definitely get equal pay, and unions do insure that. But if your not doing the same job and you’re not in a union, the individual has to learn to bargain for equal or better pay than their coworker. I worked at a Nuclear power plant and our female engineers learned quickly not to sell themselves short. After talking to their co-engineers and comparing wages, when yearly evaluations came around they definitely bargained their salaries in line with their coworkers.
May 24, 2016