Articles about MeToo
#MeToo movement finds an unlikely champion in Wall Street with the new ‘Weinstein clause’
If you were worried that the #MeToo movement might fade away, fear not. It has been carved into one of the most immovable objects in human history.
Survey: 17% of companies report increase in behavior complaints since #MeToo
New data shows that "complaints about inappropriate behavior" have gone up in 16.67% of companies since #MeToo and #TimesUp.
Only 1 in 4 women who have been sexually harassed tell their employers. Here’s why they’re afraid
Based on experience litigating sexual harassment cases as well as my research, I have determined there are three legal barriers that stand in the way of workers filing complaints – a critical step to rooting out harassment and protecting employees.
Supreme Court ruling against class action lawsuits is a blow for workers – and #MeToo
As a law professor, I believe this ruling essentially allows employers to hide workplace injustices while also potentially making it harder for workers – including victims of sexual harassment – to find justice.
3 leadership lessons learned at the United State of Women Summit
I just wrapped up an incredible weekend in Los Angeles at the second United State of Women Summit, a gathering of over 5,000 women from across the country who are standing up to make their voices heard and take action in their communities.
What is the etiquette for dating a coworker in light of the #MeToo movement?
We all know (or should know) how to communicate, ask important questions and advocate for ourselves and our partners. And if we don’t, we probably shouldn’t be actively dating — especially not our coworkers.
Study reveals the state of the workplace in the #MeToo era
Overall, 59% of women and 27% of men report getting "unwanted sexual advances or verbal or physical harassment of a sexual nature."