Deutsche Bank 'Mommy-Tracks' Female Employees: Suit

Law360, New York (September 12, 2011, 8:03 PM EDT) -- A New York woman who claims she has hit a glass ceiling at Deutsche Bank AG sued for workplace discrimination Monday, claiming the bank promotes “chauvinist ideals” that harm the careers of women who take maternity leave.

Kelley Voelker said she has never received a promotion despite repeatedly earning high marks for performance during her 13 years at the bank, and she accused supervisors of regularly using foul and degrading language. She said the bank "mommy-tracked" her and tried to remove her from a high-profile Wall...
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