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Charges filed against Current CEO Schanzer by Ex COO Nancy Mozzachio

CEO Bruce Schanzer is being accused of sexual harassment and pay discrimination charges by the company’s former Chief Operating Officer Nancy H Mozzachio. The decision whether of these charges is in the hands of a judge in Brooklyn.

According to Nancy Mozzachio on her statement last Nov 2 to CEO Bruce Schanzer, she says that he was giving improper comments to ladies at work. Nancy also claims that CEO Schanzer he has made some unfit commentary about her breasts and maliciously calling her “babe”. CEO Schanzer is also being accused of making an imprudent comment about bringing some Double Ds to work while Nancy was drinking a cup of coffee from Dunkin Donuts. Also, the current CEO Schanzer is said to be giving out uncalled for hugs at work.

When she decided to proceed in filing a case of sexual harassment and pay disparity to court, her position has been terminated. She was terminated from her position after the meeting was canceled.

During 2015, Cedar Realty the company itself started on digging up some information regarding the lawsuit when they heard that an external investigator has also decided to do some digging. But according to the former COO Nancy, the investigators never probed on the claims made by the female workers who were said to be victims of the sexual harassment as well made by Schanzer. One employee was reportedly being asked by Schanzer the color of her underwear, and that employee went to the Wall Street Journal, you can check it out! Most of the people who claimed to be sexually harassed by the CEO has been paid a large amount of money for their silence, to prevent these stories from reaching to the investigators.

The former Chief Operating Officer is popular for her booming career in Cedar Realty. From becoming the Chief Operating Officer in 2014, she has been in a couple of tough positions like being the Director of Leasing and the Vice President for Leasing in the year 2003 up to 2004. Click here! She expressed her complaints about the charges of discrimination of pay regarding her income that seemed to be lower as Chief Operating Officer rather than the Chief Financial Officer. The said company has pleaded no guilty on the charges and after the investigation process made, the charges have not been approved and has been identified as no merit.

Nancy Mozzachio is not going to give up the fight just yet. Check it out now!