Goldman exec secretly recorded behaviour from colleagues

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A top executive at Goldman Sachs secretly filmed colleagues to record their behaviour when she became pregnant.

The Daily Mail reports that Sonia Pereiro-Mendez says she was denied millions in pay and bonuses when she announced she was expecting her first child.

Male colleagues at the bank were promoted ahead of her and she was ‘mocked’ and subjected to ‘gratuitous derogatory’ comments about her childcare arrangements, she alleges.

So in an attempt to prove her claim, she recorded managers at the global investment firm ‘without their knowledge’, a tribunal heard last week.

The executive director is suing her employer for sex and maternity discrimination. She has also lodged a claim against three senior bosses.

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Goldman Sachs executive who says she was cheated out of millions in bonuses when she fell pregnant ‘secretly filmed her bosses to back sexism claim

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