Our firm is investigating legal claims on behalf of people at Booz Allen Hamilton who might have been victim to gender or racial discrimination in promotions, salaries, mentorship, or other forms of stunted opportunity. Sources have informed us that biases proliferated despite longer tenures at Booz Allen and more prior experience than their male, or white, counterparts. If you are a woman or person of color who has experienced some form of gender or racial bias at Booz Allen Hamilton, contact our equal pay attorneys to discuss your legal rights and options.
Booz Allen Hamilton - A History of Not Walking Their Talk
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. is a technology and management consulting services company employing around 27,700 people across the US. While they market themselves as a company that “fully support(s) equality in the workplace” with an “inclusive culture,” several women have filed lawsuits since 2011 alleging practices that disadvantage women.
One of these suits alleges that a female consultant and analyst was both passed over for promotions and not paid according to her title and role, while another alleged that Booz Allen “intentionally and completely excludes women from the highest level leadership positions.”
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