Offer Extended- Equity Across the Gender Divide

By | Diversity and inclusioin, Gender communication, Gender Issues. Women's Success, inclusive culture, sexism, Sexual Harassment, Uncategorized

From: SIMMALIEBERMAN.COM <simma@simmalieberman.com> Subject: Equity Across the Gender Divide deadline extension Preheader: January 2018 Reply: simma@simmalieberman.com Having trouble viewing this email? Click here We’re happy to extend the special offer for this exciting program until January 31, 2018, because of the number of requests we’ve received from organizations in the last week. Equity Across the Gender Divide, Beyond Sexual Harassment Greetings, We…

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Special Offer- Stop Sexual Harassment

By | Gender communication, Gender Issues. Women's Success, Sexual Harassment, Uncategorized

 Stop and prevent sexual harassment, sexual misconduct and gender inequity. Get it right in 2018 with our new offering, Equity Across the Gender Divide, Beyond Sexual Harassment Greetings, Every day we read about someone new being charged with sexual harassment. No industry seems to be immune, and some abusers target men as well as women. Responsible organizations are seeking solutions,…

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Sexual Harassment and “Me Too”

By | diversity workplace, Gender communication, Gender Issues. Women's Success, Sexual Harassment

Accusations of sexual harassment and sexual assault against film producer Harvey Weinstein have recently exposed behaviors in Hollywood towards many women and some men. As a result, Alyssa Milano adopted the now-hashtag #MeToo, taking from a campaign that started 20 years ago with activist Tarana Burke. For many people reading about Weinstein, there is an “it’s about time,” feeling about sexual…

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The Sexual Harassment Saga of Bill O'Reilly

By | Diversity, Diversity and inclusioin, Gender Issues. Women's Success, Sexual Harassment | 2 Comments

Bill O”Reilly was accused of sexual harassment; calling women at home, making blatant comments, and even trying to engage in phone sex with an employee for years. This is not new.  I don’t know why they finally decided to get rid of him. Maybe 13 million dollars was their line in the sand. Perhaps they had given him a 13 million…

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