By Ian Schaefer, Jennifer Gefsky and Susan Sholinsky (January 21, 2020, 4:52 PM EST) -- Incredibly, just over two years following the launch of the #MeToo movement, as we've come to know it, we as practitioners are being asked: Are we still talking about/dealing with #MeToo? Not surprisingly, these questions come to us from employers, from the media and from anyone who has followed this movement to any degree.
These questions, while often rooted in authentic curiosity over the impact of the movement to date and moving forward, inherently imply that the movement is something of a passing phase, an aberration, a short-lived media cycle event, or even a singular-issue movement (to wit, combating and rooting out overt...
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