Ex-Morgan Stanley Employee Accuses Co. Of Pregnancy Bias
Law360 (January 16, 2019, 10:58 PM EST) -- A former Morgan Stanley vice president says she was “ruthlessly” fired just weeks after returning from maternity leave, claiming in a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charge Wednesday that the incident is illustrative of a larger issue of pregnancy-based discrimination at the Wall Street behemoth.
Chau Pham, who worked at Morgan Stanley’s New York City office as a vice president in the fixed income division for North American foreign exchange sales, brought the charges on behalf of female employees of the investment bank who have or will become pregnant.
Pham also published an open letter Wednesday calling on Morgan Stanley CEO James...
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