The tell-tale signs of sexual harassment have become all too clear to employees across industries. But the line between what’s appropriate and what’s not can easily become blurred when working remotely.
Sexual harassment has become an all too common narrative in today’s work environment, as organizations fail to create respectful workplaces. As a result, more states are doubling down on sexual harassment prevention training requirements for employers.
#MeToo has lifted a burden of pain and shame for millions of female employees, empowering many to demand justice and safe working conditions. But #MeToo has also led many men to feel scared to mentor, sponsor or even work with women.