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Two years since Weinstein allegations caused outrage, the legal landscape has changed.
The group's legal defense fund has raised more than $24 million.
Our latest Marketplace-Edison Research Poll surveyed American workers to find out what they value in the workplace and some of the challenges that they’re facing.
Uber’s plans to disclose data on sexual assaults may be part of its preparation for going public.
Fundamental questions about workplace diversity and privilege are playing out in Congress as the Judiciary Committee meets to consider the Supreme Court nomination.
Disgraced former CBS head Leslie Moonves will contribute millions of his severance to the #MeToo movement after multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault. Small nonprofits on the receiving end could find themselves scrambling to manage the donations. Click the…
Organizational psychologist Karlyn Borysenko needed an out from her job. So she learned how to direct her energy on formulating an exit strategy, instead of expending it on the stress at work.
When allegations came out against Charlie Rose and Matt Lauer, CBS took swift action.
More and more women have been willing to speak out about harassment and assault in the workplace since the #MeToo movement began last fall. And employers want to ensure they have no reason to do so – mainly for liability…
A $500 million settlement with victims of convicted doctor Larry Nassar is just the start.