By WXIA Staff via 11alive – Critics warn that new rules passed in the State Senate will make it harder, not easier, for victims of sexual harassment to come forward. Stopping sexual harassment is already a focus for Georgia’s new governor and state legislature, with the intent to prevent state legislators and employees from victimizing others. But, critics warn that a new set of rules … Continue reading Georgia New Governor Kemp Sworn In & 1st Agenda is to Protect GA Politicians from their Sexual Assault Crimes
By ABBY LIVINGSTON via POLITICO: El Paso – When Jody Casey came aboard as Beto O’Rourke’s campaign manager in late summer 2017, she faced a dilemma. She was a political novice and O’Rourke family friend who had quit her sales job at General Electric to join the campaign. She was stationed in El Paso, the most remote of major American cities. She was leading a … Continue reading How the Blue Wave Election Drowned Both Female Led Campaigns & Women Trying to Change the Course of Elections
By Daisuke Wakabayashi and Katie Benner via New York Times – SAN FRANCISCO — Google gave Andy Rubin, the creator of Android mobile software, a hero’s farewell when he left the company in October 2014. “I want to wish Andy all the best with what’s next,” Larry Page, Google’s chief executive then, said in a public statement. “With Android he created something truly remarkable — … Continue reading Never Google How to Promote a Safe Work Environment. Google is Just Another Company Promoting & Paying off Sexual Predators
Via Fortune by Renae Reints – WeWork, the company that provides shared work spaces popular with startups, is facing a lawsuit over the mishandling of sexual assault reports. Ruby Anaya, 33, was fired in early August following her complaints that the company did not adequately follow up on two sexual assault reports she had made over the course of her employment, the New York Post … Continue reading WeWork: Another Company Fails to do the Right Thing, Again.