Law360 (April 9, 2018, 5:49 PM EDT) -- The #MeToo movement that has made headlines and spelled professional downfall for many powerful men accused of sexual misconduct in the workplace is also prompting companies to take a fresh look at their approach to executive compensation.
Taking steps to prevent sexual harassment — and address it when it happens — has always been a best practice. But the movement, which coalesced in October after New York Times and New Yorker exposés detailed decades of alleged sexual harassment and abuse by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, shined a spotlight on the issue and spurred companies’ ongoing efforts to protect employees, minimize legal...
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