Employment attorneys say corporations are bracing themselves for audits that could disclose flaws in how they pay employees and trigger future discrimination lawsuits.

The anticipated audits grow out of federal proposals to adopt new standards for analyzing systemic pay discrimination among federal contractors, which make up about a third of all Fortune 500 companies. The U.S. Department of Labor proposals are pending approval by the Office of Management and Budget.

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