Zero-Tolerance Harassment Policies And The #MeToo Era

By Sadina Montani (February 1, 2019, 2:20 PM EST) -- For better or worse, in the era of #MeToo, the public and employees alike expect that employers will act swiftly and decisively in response to allegations of sexual harassment. And the number of high-profile men whose careers have been sidelined as a result of sexual harassment allegations has fed into a misperception that "justice" must be immediate and career-ending.

This perception is dangerous for multiple reasons. First, it is based on a fundamental misperception regarding the speed with which action can and should be taken in the wake of sexual harassment allegations. While it may seem like little time passes between...

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