Tips for Men: How to Navigate #MeToo in the Workplace

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Men in the workplace are finding themselves in new, unfamiliar territory. The old habits that some men have exercised during business hours are no longer acceptable: dirty jokes, sharing pornography with “the guys”, patronizing attitudes, and other divisive behaviors are increasingly -- and publicly -- being called into question by men and women alike.

EmployDiversityNetwork’s (EDN) article Tips for Men: How to Navigate #MeToo in the Workplace provides a roadmap of practices that may aid men in engaging women with respect in the office place. 

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