Outgoing EY Partner Accuses Firm Of Sexism In EEOC Charge

Law360 (September 24, 2018, 5:46 PM EDT) -- Ernst & Young is a boys' club in which women are objectified, demeaned and denied the pay and opportunities given to men, an outgoing partner who says she's being fired for speaking out told the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Monday.

The outgoing partner said women at Ernst & Young are "underpaid, under-promoted and subjected to sexual harassment and all forms of disparate treatment." (Getty)

Karen Ward, who said she will be fired in October after she fell short of an "impossible" revenue goal the firm set for her, alleged in an EEOC charge that male EY leaders frequented strip...

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