The risk of creating sexual segregation in the workplace is the reason to double down on efforts to root out and end sexual harassment and other sex discrimination.
Banning office romances outright because of a knee-jerk reaction to #MeToo is just lazy employee management.
Just because an employee works at The Museum of Sex does not mean that she wants be sexually harassed.
Atlantic Capes Fisheries agreed to pay $675,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment and retaliation.
Key principles of much of the anti-sexual harassment legislation introduced this year, including where to find model materials that employers can access.
Some of the same topics including #MeToo and health data privacy will continue to resonate through the workplace in the coming year.
Don’t let #HimToo, created by those who believe that false accusations of rape and sexual assault against men are common, in your workplace.
As the Kavanaugh hearings illustrated, we still have a long way to go as a society. However, the first year of #MeToo has been a giant step in the right direction.