WOMEN AT WORK
A Racy Silicon Valley Lawsuit, and More Subtle Questions About Sex Discrimination
March 6, 2015
A gender discrimination trial is gripping Silicon Valley this week with lurid details
about an office affair, a nude photo book and a bathrobe-clad man showing up at a female colleague’s hotel room.
But the real drama is in the more mundane charges, about slights familiar to any woman in any workplace that are rarely aired in public, much less in a courtroom.
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