One-third of executives in a survey by the Society for Human Resource Management said they have modified their behavior to avoid acting in a way that could be perceived as sexual harassment. Some executives said they had changed the way they use language or started to avoid particular jokes or topics.
Survey suggests #MeToo has shaped executive behavior
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