Out of 118 gender discrimination complaints filed by women at Microsoft, only one was deemed "founded" by the company, according to the unsealed court filings. SAN FRANCISCO, March 12 (Reuters) - Women at Microsoft Corp working in U.S.-based technical jobs filed 238 internal complaints about gender discrimination or sexual harassment between 2010 and 2016, according to court filings made public on Monday. Attorneys for the women described the number of complaints as "shocking" in the court filings, and said the response by Microsoft's investigations team was "lackluster. The company had about 74,000 U.S. employees at the end of 2017. Microsoft said the plaintiffs cannot cite one example of a pay or promotion problem in which Microsoft's investigations team should have found a violation of company policy but did not.
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