By Sharon Gold
The end of 2017 saw a barrage of sexual harassment allegations in the news and, subsequently, the termination of multiple high profile men in the entertainment and corporate industries. TIME magazine named the “Silence Breakers” as its “Person of the Year” for exposing the harassment that pervades the entertainment industry. Thousands of women and men came forward on social media with the #METOO campaign with their own stories of harassment in the workplace. What can an employer do to end harassment in the workplace?
Long before the recent wave of allegations, the EEOC created a Task Force and issued a report of recommendations to decrease sexual harassment in the workplace. The primary findings were: Continue reading