Software giant Microsoft has landed in a controversy. Recent revelations have established that Microsoft’s work culture is highly discriminatory. While this was always taken about, this fact has now come out officially. It is reported that 238 cases of gender discrimination and sexual harassment were filed in the company between 2010 and 2016.
Complaints had long existed about gender wage gap and glass ceiling in Microsoft. These complaints have never been accepted by the company, which always insisted that there was no such thing as gender discrimination in Microsoft. The latest revelation has badly affected the company’s reputation. Lawyers are now getting ready to file a lawsuit based on interviews with 8000 women about their experience of gender discrimination and sexual harassment in the company. The company has now admitted that it had deliberately kept the complaints filed with the HR department under wraps. There have been no announcements from US District Judge James Robert about the action to be taken against the company.
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