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Sheryl Sandberg: "Men need to step up" in workplaces, it's "not enough to not harass" women

Credit: CBS News- Published on May 17, 2019
A new study from LeanIn.org found 60 percent of male managers say they’re uncomfortable interacting with women at work, up 32 percent from 2018. Workplace interactions that men are nervous about include mentoring, socializing, and having one-on-one meetings. Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In founder and Facebook chief operating officer,...
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Published on May 17, 2019 -  00:38
Me Too Backlash Is Getting Worse
According to the Huffington Post, "A stunning 60% of male managers said they’re uncomfortable mentoring, working one-on-one, and socializing with women at work..." That is a huge increase from last year's percentage of 46%. John Singer, a lawyer, stated to the press about the matter, "MeToo has had a chilling effect on the relationship between men and women in the workplace.

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