The women at Vice Media aren’t done yet.
Following a wave of reports of sexual harassment within the media giant, a new lawsuit alleges Vice also violated New York and California laws by paying their women workers less than men who do the same jobs.
As first reported by the Los Angeles Times, a lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on behalf of Elizabeth Rose, a manager for Vice Media from 2014 to 2016. In the complaint, Rose claims she became aware of the alleged gender pay gap after receiving a list of Vice employees and their salaries during her oversight of a project. Rose claims the list showed women earned “far less” than men doing “the same or substantially similar work.”