The previous chief working officer of Pinterest is suing her ex-employer, claiming that the platform’s woman-friendly public face is just not matched internally and as a substitute “displays a sample of discrimination and exclusion.”
Pinterest employed Francoise Brougher as chief working officer in March 2018, then fired her in April of this yr. In a lawsuit (PDF) Tuesday in California, Brougher claims that her dismissal was unrelated to her efficiency and was as a substitute in retaliation for complaining about sexism.
Brougher discovered in 2019, whereas reviewing filings that Pinterest was required to make as a part of its IPO, that she had been intentionally misled about government compensation. She was subsequently being paid much less effectively than different C-suite executives, the go well with alleges. After she introduced the discrepancy to the eye of Chief Govt Officer Ben Silbermann, she started being squeezed out of government and board conferences, Brougher alleged, which prevented her from with the ability to do her job.
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