Significant Changes Made in Iowa's "Wage Discrimination" Law

A new section of the Iowa Civil Rights Act places a heavy burden on employers to actually prove, perhaps decades in the future, that pay differentials are or were based on factors other than those protected under the state civil rights act. Russ Samson elaborates on the possible ramifications of this legislation and urges employers to step up their documentation efforts.

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