A female former employee of Vice Media filed a lawsuit against the company on Tuesday alleging that the digital media giant practices systemic pay discrimination against female staffers.
The lawsuit from Elizabeth Rose, who worked at Vice from 2014 to 2016 in a management position, accuses the company of violating the Federal Equal Pay Act and similar laws in New York and California by consistently paying women less than their male counterparts.
The Los Angeles Times first reported the lawsuit.
In one instance, Rose alleges that a male subordinate she hired made about $25,000 more per year then she did. The man was later promoted to be her supervisor, according to the lawsuit.
The lawsuit also alleges that, after reviewing internal…
I have a crazy passion for #music, #celebrity #news & #fashion! I'm always out and about on Twitter.
Latest posts by Sasha Harriet (see all)
- Jennifer Connelly Joins Tom Cruise’s ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ - July 21, 2018
- ‘Iron Fist’ Season 2 Yellow Mask Revealed - July 21, 2018
- SDCC 2018: ‘Cloak & Dagger’ Panel Recap - July 21, 2018
More from Around the Web