Q: My husband has worked 25 years as a external wholesaler for the biggest privately held mutual fund company’s in the U.S
In 2009 the company moved us across the country to Iowa to take over that state due to the financial crisis 2008/2009.
Since then my Husband has tried for 7 employment opportunities within the company , out of the state Iowa . He has been let down 7 times. Not because of his ability, but his Gender and ethnicity.
I have witnesses to this one was a women who got a job over him (5 years ago) she told me she shouldn’t of got it. Then she quit over it! His most recent company asked him to go for a job (west coast) they held this over his head for 8months. The they
hired a women who has been with the company for a year and a half and has never wholesaled for the company.
So how can you manage wholesalers if you never done that job with your company.
especially over somebody who has been loyal for 25 years. My husband has lost out on millions of dollars over this decade not to mention the horrible quality of life in Iowa.
Do we have a case
A: Unfortunately, your post was placed in a California Q&A board, but you are going to have to get guidance from an Iowa attorney. I would suggest your husband locate and consult with an Iowa employment law attorney to discuss his issues.
Good luck to you.
Louis George Fazzi agrees with this answer
A: Do you have a case? Maybe. A real question is have you waited so long that your statute of limitations has run? Maybe, maybe not. If you are in Iowa, you need to consult with an Employee Rights attorney in Iowa. Search this website for one by searching the state of Iowa.
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