Inadequate Sexual Harassment Policies and Enforcement Can Be Costly

Recently, workers at McDonald’s restaurants in 10 cities went on strike, claiming the company is not doing enough to prevent sexual harassment. This action was taken after more than two dozen women filed complaints alleging McDonald’s failed to enforce company rules about sexual harassment and abuse. The women say their complaints of groping, indecent exposure, and lewd comments were ignored by the fast food giant. To read more, click the link below, leading to a BBC News article.