The Charlotte Observer, September 12, 2017

Three female doctors allege they have been paid substantially less than their male counterpart in a federal lawsuit filed against Carolinas HealthCare System on Monday. The lawsuit says that a male coworker, who worked as a hospital pediatrician, was paid “substantially more” than the three female doctors for doing the same job. The doctors are suing their Concord employer, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority, which does business as NorthEast Physician Network, and is an affiliate of Carolinas HealthCare.

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