The Employee Suing SoFi Only Worked There for Three Months

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On Monday, several news outlets reported that a former employee of SoFi was suing for wrongful termination after he not only reported sexual harassment in the workplace, but also exposed an internal loan cancellation scheme designed to pad the bonuses of certain employees.

According to the complaint, which you can read for yourself here, plaintiff Brandon Charles learned of the loan scheme within 2 weeks of being hired and was fired only 3 months later in June of this year.

According to The New York Times, Charles’ attorney said he expects to bring another lawsuit, a class action, against SoFi next week for broad mistreatment of employees.

These events come just as SoFi had started teasing about a possible IPO in the near future.

You can read Brandon Charles’ complaint here and reach your own conclusions.

Last modified: August 15, 2017

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