The suit alleges that the alleged scheme was aimed at boosting the school’s ranking with crucial media outlets like U.S. News and World Report and Financial Times.
Rutgers Business School reports how soon its graduates obtain a job before and after they graduate. That data is used by the organizations to gauge the success of its program.
For her trouble in trying to stop the alleged scheme from taking place, the suit claims that White’s supervisors retaliated, by creating a hostile work environment. It outlines several examples such as denying her support staff, increasing her workload including assigning her to a major project, and denying her a promotion and a raise.
The suit further alleges that Melissa Rivera,…