ProHealth Exec Says Gender Bias Led To Firing

By Adam Lidgett (December 4, 2018, 2:47 PM EST) -- A female ProHealth Care executive has alleged in a lawsuit filed in New York federal court that a male executive traumatized her and that she was told she was being sacked while she was on leave for panic attacks.

Tiziana Cacace on Monday filed suit against Optum Inc., which has since snatched up ProHealth, alleging that even though she was informed that she was going to become ProHealth's chief operations officer, she was eventually passed over in favor of a man. That male executive, however, was abusive toward other female executives and disrespected them, according to the complaint, which named Optum,...

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