JPMorgan to pay out $1.5m in harassment case

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JPMorgan Chase is paying almost $1.5m to settle a sex-based harassment lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

10tv.com reports that the agency says the company will also revamp all of its call data retention procedures.

According to the lawsuit, the company maintained a sexually hostile work environment toward its female bankers assigned to its Polaris Park facility.

The EEOC says females at JPMorgan Chase who did not participate the sexist atmosphere were deprived of lucrative sales calls and training opportunities.

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JPMorgan Chase to Pay Almost $1.5 Million In Sex Discrimination Case

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