#MeToo

Google Employees “Walkout For Real Change”​

With the #GoogleWalkout, Corporate America has been put on notice. Today (November 1, 2018), a protest by organized by Google employees unfolded at 11:10 a.m. local time at more than 40 offices around the world. The rolling walkout is keeping the much-needed conversation about “harassment, discrimination, and support for abusers” in the spotlight. A Twitter…

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Is Monster the New Uber? The Similarities are Staggering.

Sexual harassment and hostile work environments continue to dominate the news Last February, I wrote the opinion piece, Five Lessons Companies Should Learn From Uber About Sexual Harassment, for HuffPost. At that time I noted, “Today, the bulls-eye falls on Uber and Silicon Valley, but tomorrow it may be your industry or company.” Nearly a year…

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Can the #MeToo Movement Make Real Changes in the Workplace?

BOLD TV interview with Jeffery Tobias Halter Do you think the #MeToo movement is making real changes in the workplace? Strategist and President of YWomen, Jeffery Tobias Halter stopped by #BoldBiz to discuss gender inequalities in the workplace and the impact of the MeToo movement. For years, Jeffery been advocating that it’s time to stop trying…

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2018: A Cultural Turning Point for Women

As #TimesUp puts Hollywood on notice, is your company ready to advance the conversation about women in the workplace? As Oprah Winfrey noted in her passionate acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award: So I want all the girls watching here, now, to know that a new day is on the horizon! And when…

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Flash Point: The Effect Of The #MeToo Momentum

#MeToo Tipping Point Flash Point Three Things best in class companies are doing to advance women

The three things best-in-class companies are doing to advance women and what that means in the fight against sexual harassment. Earlier this year, I wrote about Women at the Tipping Point. More than 500,000 women had just marched on Washington, demanding that their voices be heard. Over the past year, I have spoken at or attended more…

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