Making Sure Your Clients Don’t Have #MeToo Problems

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Companies that want to retain their talent and avoid being the subject of a New York Times cover story or, worse, a lawsuit, must strive to make real change to stop and prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. The best employees will expect this and organizations and leadership need to create cultures that consistently refuse to accept inappropriate behavior at any level rather than just reacting after the cats escape their bags.

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