Can better policies prevent workplace sexual harassment?
December 8, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — Sexual misconduct happens at work not because companies don't publish anti-harassment policies, experts say, but because managers don't enforce them — and because people fail to apply them to themselves.
While the floodgates on reporting abuse and sexual harassment have opened with high-profile cases in Big Tech, Hollywood and Washington, it's not yet clear whether the effects of the #metoo movement have trickled down to day-to-day offices, factories and other places regular people work.
"I do think it will be a lasting movement," said Roberta Kaplan, an attorney who won...