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PlayStation sued in California over alleged gender discrimination - Axios
The former IT security analyst, Emma Majo, is seeking court approval to expand her effort into a class action on behalf of women who've worked for PlayStation in the past few years.
The suit alleges violations of the United States' Equal Pay Act, saying: "Sony discriminates against female employees, including those who are female and those who identify as female, in compensation and promotion and subjects them to a work culture predominated by men."
Majo alleges that she was ignored by a manager who only responded to men, was passed over for promotions and was terminated this year after submitting a gender bias complaint to the company.
She says other women at PlayStation struggled to get promoted at the same rate as men.
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Majo notes in her suit that Sony says she was terminated because of the closure of an internal department, though she says she wasn't in that department