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This summer, the US women's soccer team won more than the World Cup — they've had tremendous success in garnering public support in their bid for equal pay. However, beyond the star power of Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe, pay equity continues to be a hot button issues for employers in the US for a number of reasons. Reputational concerns are exacerbated with increasing shareholder demands for transparency; activist investor groups are pushing companies, particularly in the financial services and technology industries, to disclose gender pay data; and, in the wake of pay equity in the news, employees are asking more questions about the issue. 

This article was first published in Bloomberg Law

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