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End Forced Arbitration for Sexual Harassment. Then Do More.

If tech companies really want to be cutting-edge, they should get rid of the policy in all employment-related disputes.
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eBay is the latest tech giant to end forced arbitration of sexual harassment at work

San Jose-based eBay Inc. is ending a company policy that forced employees into private arbitration in cases of sexual harassment at work, BuzzFeed reports. EBay’s new policy mirrors similar moves by..
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Uber's Bold Move to Protect Women: Tracking Sexual Assaults [Video]Uber's Bold Move to Protect Women: Tracking Sexual Assaults  01:35

The ride-sharing company says it will categorize assault claims in vehicles and make its data transparent.

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Facebook Changes Sex Harrassment Policy [Video]Facebook Changes Sex Harrassment Policy  00:36

Facebook is ending a policy of required arbitration in cases of sexual harassment at the company. The policy requires employees to give up their right to sue. This change came a day after Google also..

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Google CEO Announces Changes to Sexual Harassment and Assault Policy [Video]Google CEO Announces Changes to Sexual Harassment and Assault Policy  00:41

Google on Thursday announced it would end forced arbitration in cases of sexual assault and harassment. The change was announced in an emailed memo to employees from CEO Sundar Pichai. Read the memo in..

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Google workers stage global protest over women's treatment [Video]Google workers stage global protest over women's treatment  01:37

GOOGLELAND — Thousands of Google workers around the world staged walkouts last week to protest claims of sexual harassment and gender inequality. Googlers in Tokyo, Zurich, Berlin, Singapore and New..

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Google staffers walk out over harassment [Video]Google staffers walk out over harassment  01:09

Thousands of Google employees and contractors staged brief midday walk-outs on Thursday at offices across Asia, Europe and North America to protest sexism, racism and unchecked executive power in their..

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Google Employees Stage Walk Out Over Treatment of Women [Video]Google Employees Stage Walk Out Over Treatment of Women  01:02

Google Employees Stage Walk Out Over Treatment of Women Staff from offices in New York, Singapore, Zurich, London, Tokyo and Berlin participated in the walk out. Google employee, London, via BBC..

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Facebook nixes forced arbitration requirement

Facebook announced that it would end its forced arbitration of sexual harassment claims, following in Google's footsteps and  -More- 
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One of Google's most powerful female executives says she walked out with staff protesting sexual harassment

one of google's most powerful female executives says she walked out with staff protesting sexual harassment
· *Google's Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat is one of the most senior women at the company.* · *She told a conference hosted by The Wall Street Journal that she joined employees walking out two..
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Uber's new sexual harassment report asks you to play a game in which you match a creepy story with its new categories of inappropriate behaviour

uber's new sexual harassment report asks you to play a game in which you match a creepy story with its new categories of inappropriate behaviour
· *Uber detailed 21 new categories of sexual misconduct and assault it is going to adopt in its reporting.* · *The report outlining the categories contains a "mix-and-match" exercise in which..
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Facebook is ending forced arbitration of sexual harassment claims, following Google’s mass walkout

Facebook on Friday became the latest tech company to end a policy that had forced employees to go into arbitration in cases of sexual harassment at work. It also added a new requirement that the..
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Airbnb ends forced arbitration days after Google, Facebook did the same

Uber and Lyft put an end to forced arbitration earlier this year.
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Facebook Ends Forced Arbitration of Sexual Misconduct Claims

Facebook is dropping a requirement for mandatory arbitration of sexual misconduct allegations, acceding to a demand recently pressed by other Silicon...
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Facebook won't force employees to settle sexual harassment claims privately thanks to the Google walkout protests

facebook won't force employees to settle sexual harassment claims privately thanks to the google walkout protests
· *Facebook is ending a policy of required arbitration in cases of sexual harassment at the company.* · *The policy requires employees to give up their right to sue.* · *This change came a day..
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10 things in tech you need to know today

10 things in tech you need to know today
Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. 1. *German enterprise software giant SAP is to buy feedback company Qualtrics for $8 billion, just days before its..
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Facebook to Drop Forced Arbitration in Harassment Cases

The social media giant acted one day after Google, facing intense pressure from employees, made a similar decision.
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