Uber is getting rid of its forced arbitration policy for sexual harassment allegations

May 21, 2018
Uber is changing how it deals with sexual harassment and assault claims. Employees, drivers and riders will no longer be forced into arbitration, a process that critics say often favors corporations. The decision comes after survivors of alleged assault by…

Big tech and banks are using mea culpa ads to appeal to their users

May 18, 2018
When it comes to crisis management, one expert says apologies and promises are not enough

Activists work to put #MeToo on the menu for restaurant workers facing sexual harassment

Apr 2, 2018
Sexual harassment has long been a problem in the restaurant industry.
Juliana Sarita, with Women Organized Against Rape, leads a training to prevent and address sexual harassment against restaurant workers at a South Philadelphia taqueria. 
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One in 7 men say they've been sexually harassed at work

While the vast majority of workplace sexual harassment cases are brought by women, men too experience sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace. It's an issue, surrounded by a culture of stigma and silence, that lawyers and advocates say often…
According to the latest Marketplace-Edison Research Poll, about 14 percent of men have personally experienced sexual harassment in the workplace.
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Poll: Nearly half of the women who experienced sexual harassment leave their jobs or switch careers

Mar 9, 2018
New numbers from the Marketplace-Edison Research Poll reflect the economic effects of workplace harassment.
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Why most employees still won’t report sexual harassment

Jan 19, 2018
A new survey from CareerBuilder says 72 percent of workers who experience sexual harassment do not report it.
People carry signs addressing the issue of sexual harassment at a #MeToo rally outside of Trump International Hotel on Dec. 9, 2017 in New York City.
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How America's sexual harassment reckoning affects all workplaces

Dec 29, 2017
A panel of experts delve into what comes next for workers, companies and human resources departments.
Women have been speaking out about the men who harassed and assaulted them. Now what?
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What happens when sexual harassment becomes ingrained in work culture?

Dec 20, 2017
While some industries may be going through a watershed moment of zero tolerance for sexual harassment, other workplaces may be much slower to change. A recent investigation by the New York Times into two Chicago-based Ford Motor Co. factories shows an…

City workers in D.C. have two months to complete sexual harassment training

Dec 20, 2017
As prominent men across media, entertainment and politics face a flood sexual harassment allegations, Washington, D.C., is committing to addressing the problem. No, not Congress, but the District of Columbia. Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser signed an order mandating that all…