On October 15, 2017, actress Alyssa Milano urged socal media user to share their stories of sexual harassment using the hashtag #MeToo.
Maybe you’ve heard of it.
Of course, you have. As have the millions of others who have used the hashtag since.
This post goes inside numbers to detail the proliferation of the #MeToo movement social media.
(If that doesn’t interest you, click away and come back tomorrow. We’ll talk about recommendations to avoid harassment in your workplace.)
However, if you’d like to learn more about what goes into a report of a sexual harassment investigation, read on. Continue reading
Asia Argento is one of the women who had accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault. She is also a leading advocate for the #MeToo movement. Continue reading
Surely, you remember the days (weeks) of horrible headlines that dogged United Airlines after the incident in which passengers filmed security dragging down the aisle a bloodied passenger who refused to give up his seat to an airline employee.
Well, United may soon be back above the fold again. And it’s for all the wrong reasons. Continue reading
If you missed my post, well, it was long. 1,888 words long. So, here’s the super-condensed version: The Third Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that a plaintiff might not complain about sexual harassment at work for several years but still have a viable hostile work environment claim if she genuinely believed — and the record supported — that it would be pointless to do so. Continue reading