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#MeToo Changed Workplaces, But That's Just A Start

Law360 (October 5, 2018, 6:29 PM EDT) -- One year after The New York Times’ explosive reporting on movie mogul Harvey Weinstein’s alleged assaults launched a national conversation on sexual misconduct in the workplace, the #MeToo Movement is at a crossroads, experts say.

The movement has brought down dozens of accused serial predators, empowered women to come forward about harassment when they might otherwise have stayed quiet and alerted employers to chronic issues they had missed or ignored. But the last 365 days have only scratched the surface of the systemic inequities and cultural norms that have squelched women’s voices and hampered their influence in the workplace, according to...

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