The old prescriptions for preventing sexual harassment — training and the publication of anti-harassment policies — often do not work.
If they did, sexual harassment would not be everywhere these days. Political, entertainment and corporate icons are falling like dominoes after years of silence by victims. The consequences are felt not only by those victims, but also by ousted harassers’ employers who are perceived as enablers and are left to pick up the shattered pieces of their reputations.
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