Goldman Sachs Sued for Gender Discrimination

Golman Sachs Sued for Gender Discrimination A gender discrimination lawsuit alleging pay and promotion bias against women was filed against Goldman Sachs Group (GS) on Wednesday.

Reuters reports that the lawsuit, filed in Manhattan federal court on behalf of Christina Chen-Oster, Lisa Parisi and Shanna Orlich, seeks class-action status. The female employees accuse Goldman of discrimination in performance evaluations, compensation, promotions, business opportunities and professional support.
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Goldman Sachs has not commented on the lawsuit.
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