Benefits VP charges former employer with gender bias

Lee, Karen
April 2001
Employee Benefit News;Apr2001, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p1
Deals with the complaint filed by Karen Bauries King, a former Marriott International Inc. executive, at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against the company over alleged gender bias. Report published by King in November 2000 to support her claims; Comments from Charlotte Sterling, a Marriott spokeswoman.


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