US women cry foul over soccer wages

May 2016
Employee Benefits;May2016, p6
The article reports on the filed complaint to U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission of five members of the women's soccer team of the U.S. on wage discrimination against U.S. Soccer Federation which include Alex Morgan, Hoe Solo, and Carli Lloyd.


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