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He Said,   She Said

The impact of the #MeToo movement on the American workplace is already apparent less than a year after several powerful men were charged, in late 2017, with sexually harassing women. It seemed like a story taking place in Hollywood, Washington, D.C., and Wall Street, but as #MeToo went viral on social media, women across the country came forward to tell their stories and share their collective unease about being safe at work.

We wanted to know how these headlines were playing out in organizations throughout America, so we surveyed almost 3,000 employees of

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