London broker wins sexual discrimination lawsuit against BNP Paribas

LONDON (Reuters) – A female BNP Paribas broker, whose boss repeatedly brushed aside her questions by saying “not now, Stacey,” has won a sexual discrimination and victimisation lawsuit in a London employment tribunal.

Stacey Macken, who is suing the London branch of the bank for 4.0 million pounds ($4.9 million) from the London branch of the bank, alleged she was paid less than male peers and subjected to sexist behaviour that included colleagues leaving a witch’s hat on her desk.

The case has been brought at a time of increasing scrutiny of sexual discrimination…
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