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Soulcycle Sued for Alleged Pregnancy Discrimination from Ex-CEO

A SoulCycle employee who was responsible for overseeing almost 400 instructors said in a lawsuit filed on Tuesday that she was discriminated against for being pregnant. The lawsuit also describes other instances of opposition to parental leave across the company.

In the complaint, filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in New York, Jordan Kafenbaum said she was fired 32 days after giving birth. Kafenbaum had worked at the company for nearly seven years, most recently as the senior director of instructor programming and talent management.

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