Former Employee Alleged Oil Company Has Culture of ‘Treating Women as Sexual Playthings’

Several former employees at Andarako Petroleum Corporation, an oil company that employs more than 4,000 people, are alleging sexual harassment at the company’s Denver office. The report is a particularly egregious example of workplace sexual harassment, in an industry that is around 80 percent male.

Bloomberg reports on a 2017 letter written by former employee Robin Olsen with the help of a lawyer, in which she wrote, “Anadarko has a culture of treating women as sexual playthings who are present at work merely for men’s sexual gratification.”

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Six former anonymous employees also alleged serial sexual misconduct and alleged gender-based discrimination.

via Former Employee Alleged Oil Company Has Culture of ‘Treating Women as Sexual Playthings’

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