Gender Inequality

How sexual harassment in Hollywood sparked a workplace revolution

As the fallout from high-profile scandals has made clear, a new generation of workers demands equality, diversity and respect. Image: Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

Kathy Bloomgarden

Chief Executive Officer, Ruder Finn

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Salma Hayek, who wrote about her experiences with Harvey Weinstein. Image: Reuters/Patrick T Fallon
Reese Witherspoon alleges she was sexually assaulted by a director at 16. Image: Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

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