Former female employees sue Nike for sex discrimination
5 monthes ago - By Fashion United
Nike Inc. has been sued for sexual discrimination by former female employees who said that women were "devalued and demeaned" at the company, passed over for promotions, paid less than their male counterparts, and ignored when they complain. The news was first reported by Bloomberg.
The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Portland, Oregon, seeks class-action status for the footwear makers violation of the Federal Equal Pay Act and similar state laws. The plaintiffs in the case are Sara Johnston and Kelly
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