The claims come in a lawsuit filed by Carney in state court in Los Angeles County. Carney is suing the firm, claiming it passed her over for promotions, paid her less than her male colleagues and then retaliated against her when she complained about biased behavior.
“Despite all of its virtue signaling, Wells Fargo’s insidious discriminatory conduct results in the sidelining of successful, long-term female employees, all while providing a ‘free pass’ to their male counterparts who engage in serious and substantial misconduct,” the lawsuit states.
Wells Fargo declined to comment to Bloomberg Law for the article.
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