Goldman Sachs faces a sex-discrimination suit

09/16/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Three former Goldman Sachs employees have sued the company, arguing that they were victims of gender discrimination. The women say that Goldman openly pays its female employees less than their male counterparts, promotes men more readily and makes it harder for female managers to climb to the firm's top ranks. The suit alleges that the workers were sexually harassed, invited to strip clubs and excluded from golfing and other networking events.

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