BNP Paribas Exec Claims Harassment After Blowing Whistle
Law360, London (March 6, 2019, 5:32 PM GMT) -- A manager at BNP Paribas suing the French bank for sex discrimination told a tribunal in London on Wednesday that her career has been “irretrievably damaged” after she was continually victimized and harassed for raising gender pay disparity within the company.
Stacey Macken, a product development manager at the French bank's London branch, has filed a suit against her employer alleging several separate incidents of unequal pay, sexual discrimination, victimization and harassment over the six years she has worked for the bank.
Macken said in a witness statement submitted to the Employment Tribunal that there were signs of sexual discrimination from...
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