- Employees at Mat Ishbia's mortgage company, United Wholesale Mortgage, describe a toxic locker-room culture with racial disparities, sexual harassment, and bullying by managers.
- Former and current employees reported that Black workers were treated differently from white employees, and leering and sexually offensive remarks were common among sales staff.
- The complaints come after Ishbia bought the Phoenix Suns basketball team, following the league's discovery that former owner Robert Sarver had engaged in racist and sexist behavior.
- UWM's lawyers deny the allegations and say the company does not tolerate cocaine or any drug use, racial discrimination, or sexual harassment.
- UWM has employed close to 20,000 team members and has a culture built on mutual trust, respect, and kindness, according to its chief marketing officer.
Employees Call Out Locker-Room Culture at Phoenix Suns Owner’s Company
Employees at United Wholesale Mortgage, owned by Phoenix Suns owner Mat Ishbia, describe a toxic locker-room culture with racial disparities, sexual harassment, and bullying by managers.