Goldman, Citi: Mothers Say They Were 'Mommy-Tracked,' Discriminated Against After Pregnancy

05/29/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Two women have filed complaints against Wall Street banks, claiming they were discriminated against in their jobs after taking time off to have children. They are both seeking financial compensation.

Charlotte Hanna, a former Goldman Sachs vice president in the human resources division, claimed she was demoted after having her first child and fired while on maternity leave for her second child.

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