AG Grewal, DCR Issue Two Findings of Probable Cause in Case of Alleged Employment Discrimination Based on Race, Age
TRENTON – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division on Civil Rights (DCR) announced today that DCR has issued two Findings of Probable Cause (FPC) in the case of Claudia Robinson, a Black female project manager who alleges that she was discriminated against on the basis of race and age by two different New Jersey companies — the consulting firm that employs her, and one of the firm’s corporate clients.
DCR issued one of the two FPCs against Robinson’s employer, Genpact Pharmalink Global Regulatory Affairs of Short Hills, New Jersey, and issued the other against Bridgewater-based Sanofi U.S. Services, which manufactures and markets pharmaceutical products.
Robinson, age 35, alleged she was discriminated against at Sanofi’s Bridgewater facility after being assigned to work there as a project manager by her employer, Genpact. In a separate complaint against Genpact, Robinson alleged that Genpact “aided and abetted” Sanofi in unlawfully discriminating against her.