This was first published as the “Ask HR” column in USA TODAY.
A year ago, high-profile allegations of sexual harassment set off the #MeToo movement. Since then, the shockwaves have disrupted workplaces across the country.
Employers and employees at workplaces from hotels to Hollywood continue to raise questions about this critical issue.
I can’t answer them all in this column. But I can share some insights and offer my answer to what I think is the most important question.
First, let me say that some progress has been made.
With the help of HR, many employers have…