#MeToo Raises Stakes On Efforts To Root Out Wage Gaps

Law360 (May 14, 2019, 7:06 PM EDT) -- Nearly two years after the Harvey Weinstein scandal galvanized the #MeToo movement and pushed the issue of sexual misconduct into the national spotlight, experts say the movement is now increasingly fueling efforts to draw attention to gender-based pay inequity.

Although #MeToo had been present on social media before The New York Times published its initial report in late 2017 outlining sexual misconduct allegations against the onetime Hollywood mogul, the hashtag went viral following that report, sparking a national conversation about sexual misconduct in society and in the workplace that empowered victims to share their experiences, felled numerous serial predators and spurred...

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