Forever 21 is being sued by a former employee for negligence and invasion of privacy for allowing a hidden camera to be installed in the employee bathroom, WWD reports.
The New York Times reported on Friday that the growing number of stories in the media about workplace harassment are finally causing men to be more careful about how they treat women at work—and office holiday parties to suck even more, or disappear altogether.
On Monday, the day after Buzzfeed published an interview with Anthony Rapp in which the actor said that Kevin Spacey made sexual advances toward him in 1986 (Rapp was 14 at the time; Spacey, 26), Netflix announced the next season of House of Cards would be its last.
In a CNN investigation published on Wednesday, Mark Halperin, an influential journalist and political analyst who co-authored the bestselling book Game Change, was accused of sexual harassment by multiple women who worked with him while he was political director at ABC News. Halperin is currently an analysis for NBC…
On Tuesday, Politico reported that an organization backing the new magazine endeavor of former New Republic literary editor Leon Wieseltier withdrew its funding upon learning of his alleged “past inappropriate workplace conduct.”
Vivek H. Murthy served as the Surgeon General from 2014-2017, so you can probably consider him a health expert. He’s got an important message for us about our brains and bodies: if you sometimes feel like loneliness is killing you slowly, that’s because it is.
I know you didn’t need another reason to hate holograms of dead celebrities (particularly one this upsetting) but TMZ reports Thursday that Alki David, creator of those Tupac and Michael Jackson holograms whose “performances” made major headlines over the past few years, is being sued by a former employee named Grant…
Following the wild account of pervasive sexual harassment at Uber from a former employee, a current employee at Tesla has come forward to talk about her case against the company the company she loves.
Hundreds of former employees of Sterling Jewelers—the multibillion dollar conglomerate comprising Jared the Galleria of Jewelry and Kay Jewelers—have filed claims attesting that the chief executive, not to mention many other company managers, cultivated an environment rife with sexual harassment and discrimination.
Roger Ailes has been fired from Fox News. We should feel good about this. It’s one of those sweet moments where the right thing actually happens. In a post-Anita Hill world, to see a man dropped from his position of power so soon after sexual harassment allegations were brought against him—two weeks!—well, that’s the…
Welp. Here's another depressing story about a woman who tried to speak up against workplace sexist bullshit.
It's embarrassing. It's uncomfortable. It's devastating. It's something women my age are taught to think is in the past. But, it's not. It is very much alive in 2012.
Two female employees are suing the Bloomington-Normal Public Transportation System for $250 million because their former boss allegedly harassed them — touching them, making gross gestures, and in one woman's case, talking about her husband's sperm.
This weekend, Katie Roiphe wrote an adorable little column defending the good old days, back when men didn't have to act all weird because they were worried about some brainwashed bra-burner imposing legal castration for on-the-job sexual harassment. You know, back when a gal would understand that a man didn't mean…
"He steps down on her breast hard, and then he pumped his fists in the air as if to say, 'Look, I'm the man,'" says Jessica Franqui's lawyer. That would be her Wall Street boss. Whom she is suing.