A former senior vice president of MetLife is suing the insurer, as well as past and current top executives, over alleged gender discrimination.
Mona Moazzaz, who was with the firm until May 2019 and most recently served as chief administrative officer, pointed to “discriminatory pay practices, gender-based hostility, inappropriate discriminatory comments, and everything between” in the complaint filed in New York.
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