We need to stop asking when the wave of allegations will stop, and instead, we need to ask how it all began.
Business & Economics
If you own a business or are climbing the ladder, saving your company millions of dollars by helping it form policies that intelligently manage sexuality could take you to the next level.
How do companies do that? Well, I'm glad you asked.
Do you want your business to be taken down by sexual harassment lawsuits? Didn't think so.
Sex sells. Sexuality sells better.
If you're facing sexual harassment in the workplace or even in school, learn from Steven Ing on how to deal with it.
Some of the choices will be difficult, but these tools will give you the confidence to make that necessary leap from just surviving to thriving.
Sexual harassment in the workplace is a huge problem and to begin to tackle this issue we first need to understand it.
This is the first part of our two-part series on this topic where we will try to unpack and understand it first. If it makes you sad, know it makes us sad too. Check out the next podcast on dealing with sexual harassment to feel better and give yourself the tools to solve it.
America is different. Sexually different. No, America is not where it needs to be in terms of sexual human rights, but the times are changing. For some, this change is frightening and a sign of bad things to come. Some of these scaredy cats are very wealthy and are putting their wealth into sexual repression of others' growing empowerment. Consider the tale of two gaga-zillionaires.
You have to have been living under a rock to not known by now that Elon Musk recently chose the Reno area of northern Nevada as the site of his new "gigafactory." Billions of dollars in development and thousands of jobs make up the largest business development in the area's history taking place amidst background of gnashing of teeth from California, Texas, Arizona and New Mexico. But few attended to the sexual subtext in the story of the gigadeal. From the
You can no longer regularly read Dear Abby without finding a sexual issue--and those sexual issues are increasingly the subject of her advice. But sexuality is also making its way regularly to the actual news sections of newspapers and online news mediums. Consider this recent column from the New York Times: