At the height of the Me Too movement, the message of the training seminar was "fix the women."
Emily PeckAt a leadership training for women at Ernst & Young, women were told their brains are smaller than men’s, not to be shrill and to avoid showing skin at work because “sexuality” scrambles the mind”
Politicians, business leaders and civil rights groups are rejecting the Trump administration stance that you can fire people for their sexual orientation.
Emily PeckUNREAL: This fall the Supreme Court will consider whether LGBTQ workers can be fired based simply on their sexual orientation. Thousands are begging the court to do the right thing. Guess who's not?
Brent Hamilton was let go after allegedly sending sexually explicit texts to a co-worker. He's still awaiting trial for allegedly strangling a woman.
Emily PeckAfter he was arrested and charged for allegedly strangling his girlfriend, this executive got to keep his job at Monster Energy -- They finally got rid of him this year b/c he sent sexual texts to a colleague.
Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) introduced the Be Heard act, sweeping legislation to address workplace harassment.
Emily PeckDems unveil groundbreaking new bill to address #MeToo. Might not pass this time but “Even if it doesn’t get passed, that’s only one piece of it. You have to put the vision out there,” one advocate said. ”You have to say this is what we need.” huffpost.com/entry/congress…@HuffPostPol
The shutdown stalemate highlights how the president’s strategies contradict best practices, negotiation experts explain.
Emily PeckOne thing is abundantly clear, Trump is, flat-out, a terrible negotiator. To find out exactly how he's bad, I spent the past week immersed in negotiation theory. Trump essentially violates every strategy in the field
Women make less than half what men earn over the long term, according to a new study.
Emily PeckMen actually earn TWICE as much as women over the long-term, according to a new study out today from @IWPResearch that takes a longitudinal look at workers. It’s a more realistic/ big picture way of considering the gender pay gap.
In Chicago’s Mercy Hospital shooting, a man killed his ex-fiancee, but news stories homed in on the police officer who died at the scene.
Emily PeckA Chicago mass shooting was the direct result of domestic violence, yet it was framed as random violence against a police officer. This further obscures one of the biggest drivers of gun violence in the US--men killing their intimate partners, @quasimado