More than a year after #MeToo, Congress has finally agreed on an overhaul of its sexual harassment policies

Here’s what to expect from the House-Senate compromise

In cable TV, the corporate culture starts at the top. No wonder some women are leaving.

Les Moonves, for example, had been at the helm of CBS for decades

Housekeeper who worked illegally at Trump golf resort alleges mistreatment

She said she made the decision to come forward after ‘physical abuse’ on three occasions

More fraught workplaces, less opportunities for women: The unintended consequences of #MeToo

Some men are so spooked that they’re steering clear of women in the workplace altogether

How aviation became a leader in India’s fight for gender parity

‘The machine knows no difference’

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Sexual innuendos, forced hugging and kisses: Employees lodge petition against Ted Baker chief executive

The petition has garnered more than 2,500 public signatures

This library staffer has been on the job for 56 years. She’s not planning on going anywhere.

Sadye Whitt is Baltimore’s longest serving employee

Melania Trump is bad at the domestic work of being first lady. Why should anyone care?

It’s outdated to assume these tasks automatically fall to the president’s spouse

I swore I’d never give up my career for a man. Here’s why I decided to prioritize my relationship.

After a year and a half apart, I knew something needed to change