WeWork Sued For Using Black Worker As 'Window Dressing'

By Mike LaSusa (July 8, 2020, 7:42 PM EDT) -- Two former employees hit WeWork with discrimination suits Wednesday in New York state court, with one calling her experience as a Black woman at the company "horrendous" and the other — a former member of the diversity and inclusion team — saying he was used as "window dressing."

Diane Allen, who served as the company's stock plan administrator, and Christopher Clermont, who said he had been the only person of color on the company's diversity and inclusion team, slammed WeWork Co. Inc. for allegedly allowing racial discrimination to permeate its business culture.

Clermont says that although he was hired to lead...

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