Equality | BNP Paribas worker sues over 'laddish' work culture

BNP Paribas worker sues over 'laddish' work culture

A BNP Paribas worker is suing her employer for its ‘laddish’ culture which saw her experiencing sexism and poor treatment – Bloomberg reports.

Stacey Macken, a Prime Brokerage Product Manager, says she was paid less than male colleagues in similar roles and she was continually given lower bonuses throughout her six years at the bank, as well as the harassment.

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