All #MeToo articles

  • Reporting DEI CW2021

    Cooperation key to compliance’s role in advancing diversity & inclusion


    A panel of DE&I experts shared valuable tips on how chief ethics and compliance officers can work collaboratively with human resources to address workplace culture issues at CW’s 2021 National Conference.

  • Article

    The ‘Weinstein Clause’: M&A deals in the #MeToo era


    A CW analysis identified 15 M&A deals over the past eight months in which firms protected themselves in writing from sexual harassment allegations. Known as the “Weinstein Clause,” these protections still don't address the heart of the matter: corporate culture.

  • Jaeger_opinion

    Lessons from Wynn Resorts’ sexual harassment scandal


    Companies looking for a case study in how to respond (and how not to respond) when allegations of sexual harassment arise, as well as what corporate governance practices put a company at greater legal risk, should look to Wynn Resorts.

  • Blog

    All eyes on the CBS board of directors


    The role of the board of directors in a best practices compliance program takes on even more importance when senior management engages in recalcitrant conduct. It remains to be seen if the CBS board will step up in a time of crisis.

  • Article

    Ethics training in the #MeToo era


    NAVEX Global’s 2018 Ethics & Compliance Training Benchmark Report shows how the #MeToo movement has altered the ethics and compliance landscape in drastic ways.

  • Blog

    Corporate activism from the CECO perspective


    CEOs and boards of directors have been hailed for their responsiveness to a spate of recent scandals, but one prominent compliance executive argues there’s another critical voice behind these decisions: the chief ethics and compliance officer.

  • Blog

    NAVEX Global offers free sexual harassment prevention training


    Ethics and compliance software and services firm NAVEX Global now offers a free online awareness and training video series designed to help organizations focus on preventing sexual harassment and effecting positive changes in workplace culture.

  • MeToo

    Preventing and responding to harassment must involve both HR and compliance


    An expert panel at CW 2018 shared best practices on how to address expectations concerning employee behavior, how to properly respond when allegations of sexual harassment arise, and how to communicate with senior leaders and the board on the importance of preemptive action.

  • Article

    With harassment reports rising, it’s important to respond the right way


    Rising harassment reports in the wake of the #MeToo movement is highlighting best practices forn how compliance should react to these allegations.

  • Blog

    Some troubling questions at Morgan Stanley


    Allegations of domestic violence against one of Morgan Stanley's top producers raise larger questions about the firm's code of conduct, internal investigations, and compliance standards.