April 24, 2018 / 12:03 AM / a month ago

Ernst & Young accused of firing manager who requested parental leave

Ernst & Young US LLP is the latest company to be hit with claims that it discriminated against a new father by denying him the same amount of leave granted to women when they have children.

Former Ernst & Young senior manager Shmuel Eisenbach in a lawsuit filed in federal court in Philadelphia on Friday said the accounting firm fired him in 2016 when he requested additional time off after his wife gave birth.

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