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A Failure To Lead
Strampel was initially charged as part of the Michigan special prosecutor's investigation into how Nassar was able to abuse hundreds of girls and women throughout his two-decade career.
United States
14 Aug 2019
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U.S. Women Chase World Cup Title While Changing The World Around Them
The U.S. women's national team began its quest for back-to-back World Cup titles on June 11th with a 13-0 win over Thailand. Reportedly, the largest win
United States
27 Jun 2019
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Unconscious Bias: What Can We Learn From Media And Advertising?
This time last week, the UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) introduced a new rule banning adverts which feature gender stereotypes that ‘are likely to cause harm, or serious widespread offence'.
UK
26 Jun 2019
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My Pride Story: Every Experience Is Worth Sharing. There Is No Such Thing As A Boring Pride Story
A colleague recently told me I should consider writing My Pride Story in honour of Pride month this year.
UK
18 Jun 2019
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Pride 2019, #LoveisLove, And We Mean It
It's Pride month, and we extend our full support to our LGBTQ+ colleagues and clients across the world.
UK
18 Jun 2019
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LGBTQ+ Discrimination At Work: What Should You Do About It?
It is sixteen years since the UK first explicitly prohibited discrimination against people at work on the grounds of sexual orientation.
UK
18 Jun 2019
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Women, Snooker Leagues And The Equality Act
On 26 March this year, Rebecca Kenna (ranked 3rd in the world of women's snooker), announced she had quit playing in her local snooker league last year.
UK
11 Apr 2019
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Sexual Harassment: Is It Fit And Proper?
Whilst Sir Philip Green has described the use of parliamentary privilege to reveal allegations of sexual harassment against him as his "worst week", he may reflect that he is fortunate not to be regulated by the FCA.
UK
16 Nov 2018
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The Great Transatlantic Bake-Off: Dealing With Competing Civil Rights
As this year's Great British Bake-off (or ‘Great British Baking Show' to those in the US) nears the home straight, a Christian bakery in Northern Ireland ...
UK
17 Oct 2018
10
International Employment: Where Is It Best To Work And Why?
Our world is more open and accessible than ever before. With rapid technological advances, agile working is not just about working from home, but working from anywhere – including overseas.
UK
4 Oct 2018
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NBA Investigation Reveals 'Disturbing' Workplace Misconduct
Following a seven-month long investigation into the workplace environment of the Dallas Mavericks, team owner Mark Cuban has agreed to donate $10 million to organizations supporting women. The...
United States
25 Sep 2018
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10 Questions To Ask About Any Investigation In Your Workplace
At its best an investigation is a genuine attempt to establish the truth.
UK
11 Jul 2018
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US Corporate Law News: New York Announces Changes To Harassment Laws Following #MeToo Movement
The Act would make anti-sexual harassment training mandatory as opposed to simply being a best-practice recommendation.
United States
18 May 2018
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#MeToo Prompts Proposed Changes To New York's Harassment Laws
The sexual harassment scandal involving entertainment executive Harvey Weinstein, has had more significant, and now legal, effects than just the creation and proliferation of the #METOO hashtag.
United States
11 May 2018
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Disabled Spectators At Events – Sending The Wrong Signs
The lack of accessibility for disabled spectators around events, both at the actual event and when trying to book leaves many feeling discriminated and marginalised, according to a report out this week
UK
16 Apr 2018
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Lessons From The Winter Games For Employees
Following on from last week's blog looking at what employers can learn from the Winter Olympics and Paralympics, now is the turn of employees.
UK
28 Mar 2018
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UK Employers: Money Matters, Conduct Issues And Contracts - Time To Take Stock?
The start of the year is a good time for employers to take a look at their documents, practices and people and to consider what steps would enhance the success of the business.
UK
9 Mar 2018
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Dallas Mavericks Hostile Work Environment May Have Major Consequences
In a recent article, Sports Illustrated uncovered a culture of sexual harassment that has plagued the Dallas Mavericks franchise going back to the 1990s.
United States
23 Feb 2018
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Senior Executive Gender Diversity: Last Week's Issue?
I think not. Last week was for me anyway, marked by two events, that for very different reasons, were a reminder that the equal participation of women at executive level at work ...
UK
31 Jan 2018
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Skimpy Outfits, Matching Underwear And Not-So-Sexy Sexual Harassment
Last week Madison Marriage, an undercover reporter for the Financial Times, posed as a hostess at the annual Presidents Club Charity Dinner.
UK
25 Jan 2018
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