Equal Employment Opportunity Commission brings Novo Nordisk to court over age discrimination case
A 62-year-old obesity care specialist accused Novo Nordisk of age discrimination when she got passed by for a lateral transfer back in 2018, resulting in one district manager losing his job, according to a complaint.
Three years later, the employee still hasn’t been transferred — and now the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is on the case.
The EEOC filed a complaint against Novo Nordisk in New Jersey federal court on Monday, seeking relief for Deborah Hunter, a Scottsdale, AZ woman who’s been an obesity care specialist at the company since 2015.
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