Social Movements and HR: The Impact of #MeToo
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Boyle, David; Cucchiara, Amanda
[Excerpt] Considering the increased societal attention given to sexual harassment and assault, and the wide range of reactions to #MeToo, we wanted to know how companies are reacting, whether they are changing their policies and practices, and whether the societal movement is impacting company culture. The highlights of our study show opportunities in culture, leadership, policy and reporting formulation, and training practices. During our study, we also found innovative practices that could be replicated across companies. Lastly, we have included a self-assessment tool to measure progress in addressing sexual harassment and assault within an organization
Organizational Climate; Organizational Culture; Organizational Performance; Social Responsibility; Social Issues; Fairness & Employment Law; Corporate Social Responsibility; Discrimination; Diversity; EEO; Equity; Employment Law; Ethics; Fairness; Harassment; Public; Policy Issues; Privacy Issues; Social Issues & HRM; Employee Voice/participation; interpersonal relationships; Affect/Emotions; Diversity; Gender/Sexual Orientation Values; Abusive Supervision Impression Management/Influence Tactics/Power/Politics Influence Tactics; Politics; Power; Discipline socialization; Emotional Labor; Stress; Well-being; Workplace bullying
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