May 2, 2018 / 9:56 PM / in a year

Fear of sexual misconduct charges tops employers’ survey of concerns

About two-thirds of employers said sexual harassment is the most or second-most worrying employment issue on their radar in the wake of high-profile allegations of sexual misconduct against powerful men and the “Me Too” movement, according to a survey released by law firm Littler Mendelson on Wednesday.

“Employers know their employees are watching the news,” Littler attorney Helene Wasserman told Reuters. “This isn’t a story that hit the news and died the next day.”

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