LinkedIn: Closing The Gap In Finance & Entertainment

Number 28475
Subject Sexual Harassment
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State
Year 2018
Publication Date June 16, 2018, and October 29, 2018
Summary In the era of #MeToo and Times’ Up, LinkedIn partnered with CNBC to get a sense of the state of gender across the American workplace. We received more than 2,000 responses from LinkedIn members working in finance, entertainment and the motion picture/film industry in the U.S. Our questions tried to cover both the alleged problems as well as potential solutions, asking respondents to weigh in on if their careers have been impacted by the issues surfaced by the #MeToo and Time's Up movements and their ideas for how to make the industry more inclusive. We then interviewed more than 100 members across the industry to get their analysis through reported featured on the issues. To date, thousands of additional professionals both on and off LinkedIn have joined the larger conversation about the results and their implications for the American workplace.
Category Philip Meyer Contest entry
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Keywords Sexual harassment, workplace misconduct, #MeToo, sexual assault, LinkedIn, film industry, finance, entertainment
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