Decrying “false and misleading claims”, the New York-based B&H photo equipment store is denying reports that it discriminates against its non-Jewish workers.
On Wednesday, the New York Post reported that B&H is facing a lawsuit from disgruntled employees who alleged that the camera empire would award its Jewish employees $2,000 upon having a child while not giving the bonus to non-Jewish workers.
The allegations were hotly denied by B&H, who wrote in an open letter to its 2,000 employees that “the suit is riddled with preposterous claims and outright lies that were disproven in prior actions”.
“It is also disappointing that B&H’s practice of recognizing when our employees celebrate the birth or adoption of child or of an employee’s wedding or the wedding of a child with the gift of $180-$250 has been misrepresented and used to defame the company,” read the missive.
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