Mall Jewelry Giant Ensnared In Massive Sex Bias Pay Row

Law360, Los Angeles (February 27, 2017, 11:12 PM EST) -- The parent company of Kay Jewelers is facing a class of employees who say the company cheated women out of pay and promotions, according to filings made public Monday that also allege a companywide “boys' club” culture in which women were groped and encouraged to sleep with their bosses.

Sterling Jewelers Inc. has been tied up in a massive arbitration over whether it violated the Equal Pay Act by failing to pay women at the same rates as similarly experienced men, and failing to promote female managers, opting for less-experienced male colleagues, according to a slew of filings released Monday by...

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