Posts Tagged ‘workplace abuse’

Scoundrels Thrive in the Absence of Leaders

“. . . 2017 is shaping up to be The Year of No More.” Harvey Weinstein is the new poster boy for abusive behavior: a Hollywood high-roller who reportedly low-balled vulnerable women with unwelcomed advances and expectations of sexual submission. Until recently, he sneaked under the radar of a town that prides itself on social progressiveness and the championing of women’s rights.   Tinseltown A-listers have come forward to admit that they knew. Yet their shame is poor consolation for the suffering that Weinstein, among the most accomplished film producers in the entertainment industry, apparently inflicted on women who placed their […]