Former Spotify Sales Manager filed a lawsuit against gender discrimination, wage breach, defamation against streaming music company and US sales manager, Brian Berner.
In the September 18 complaint against the New York Court, Mr. Perez of Hong Kong appealed to Spotify to develop a negative workplace culture for the company's women. This complaint, hired in 2015, said, "For three years, she [Perez] I received a very positive review and comment on the performance. His area was one of the most successful areas for Spotify. She was recognized as a "protagonist" in an in-house presentation of a company that helps colleagues suffering from a stroke.
However, during his stay at Spotify, Perez was "more concerned about women's treatment by society." She raises two work related trips coordinated by Berner which is a blatant exle of preferential treatment for men:
For Yale, in 2016 and 2017, Spotify sponsored the participation of sales managers for the customer network at the Sunnet Film Festival. Berner was in charge of selecting the main sales manager. For two years, Berner chose a group reserved for men. This despite the fact that more women are in the top selling position than men chosen by Berner (if not more).
These are obviously called "Berner Boy & # 39; s Travels" by other Spotify members. During both visits to Sundance, drug use and physical rage occurred. "Bernner was conscious of everything, but unexpectedly, it violated the Code of Conduct of Sportifire," the court said. "However, contrary to having claimed that women violate the Code of Conduct, Berner did not investigate these men and take discipline."
Mr. Perez says that Mr. Bernner raises wages and gives greater rewards against men.
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