How to Help

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Not Just Silicon Valley

Not Just Silicon Valley

The Washington Post just published a bombshell report about a long-running class action lawsuit against Sterling Jewelers, which owns both the Kay and Jared chains.

There are - wait for it - 250 declarations on behalf of a class of 69,000 current and former employees alleging sexual harassment and pay discrimination in the workplace since 2008.

The Washington Post reports, for example, some male managers "dispatched scouting parties to stores to find female employees they wanted to sleep with, laughed about women’s bodies in the workplace, and pushed female subordinates into sex by pledging better jobs, higher pay or protection from punishment."

How to help stop pay discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace

Stay away from Kay and Jared stores.

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If you're experiencing sexual harassment in the workplace, consider reporting the harassment to HR (this doesn't always help, but you are protected by law from retaliation) or contacting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  Find many more resources here and here.

This one's for the men.  Be an ally in the fight for gender equality in the workplace.

Because What Else Could We Do With $54 Billion?

Because What Else Could We Do With $54 Billion?

Five Years Ago

Five Years Ago