DAILY MAIL - Laura Cameron Peck, a former CEO of a sister start-up to Fluttr, a women-friendly dating app, was awarded ~£100K in compensation after facing bullying from Fluttr's CEO, Rhonda Alexander. The tribunal heard Alexander's behavior led to multiple staff complaints about being reduced to tears and feeling bullied. Despite Fluttr's mission to create a safe space for single women, behind the scenes, Alexander's behavior contradicted this ethos. Cameron Peck's attempts to address the issues were ignored, leading to her isolation and resignation. The employment tribunal upheld 13 of her claims, highlighting the mismatch between Fluttr's public values and its internal culture.