#MeToo Has ‘Tripled’ Web Traffic For the Federal Agency That Investigates Harassment

Source: Time

By Maya Rhodan

June 12, 2018

The federal agency tasked with investigating sexual harassment in the workplace has seen its web traffic triple since the #MeToo movement began last fall, according to an official, but the number of complaints it’s received has remained steady.


Victoria Lipnic, the acting chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which is tasked with enforcing civil rights laws affecting the workplace, said Monday that it may be too soon to judge whether more victims will come forward, since complainants have around 300 days to file a report.

“While our workload has increased on this issue for all of our offices,” including boosts in requests for workplace trainings, she said, “we have not seen a big increase in charges filed.”

Speaking after a meeting of the the EEOC’s Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace, Lipnic said that better statistics will be available at the end of the fiscal year.

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    # Me Too is effective tool to create a Good Government and to prevent women from Harrassment—the purpose of fasting is also to prevent a man harrass women—

    If Saudi women have a freedom to say; # Me Too— I believe many men will be caught and put in Jail— unfortunately women do not have the right to speak up—

    I strongly support this excellent idea to protect women from harrassment.

    All love ❤️

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