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App Could Give Workers Safe Space To Report Harassment

Law360, New York (January 29, 2018, 4:32 PM EST) -- A longtime employment defense lawyer and her business partner are hoping to change the way employees and employers communicate via a third-party cellphone app, which launched Monday and allows workers to confidentially report sexual harassment or other perceived problems in the workplace to management.

The app comes at a critical time for employers everywhere as the #MeToo movement stemming from the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal prompts companies to take a harder look at employee complaints and workplace policies. Kendr app co-founder Beth Schroeder, chair of Raines Feldman LLP's labor and employment practice group in Los Angeles, said in light of...

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