"Hot-tub orgies? At the company that has so profoundly contributed to our notions of gauzy romance and surprise Valentine’s gifts and new and abundant ways to show a woman how she is treasured?"
That's New York Times
writer Taffy Brodesser-Akner in a long feature dissecting the claims of pay discrimination and sexual harassment against Sterling Jewelers Inc., whose stable of
stores includes Kay, Jared the Galleria of Jewelry and Zales. Brodesser-Akner interviewed a slew of women whose accounts are horrifying, showing "a portrait of a company that the women said felt
all-powerful and was often vindictive to them... described to [the writer] as 'the Wolf of Wall Street,' but for mall jewelry."
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