Fisher Phillips Attorney Speaks with The Washington Post on the #MeToo Movement’s Impact on Employee Contracts
In an article for The Washington Post, New York partner Melissa Osipoff explains how employers are changing their employment contracts in the wake of the #MeToo movement. “Employers want to make sure that ‘for cause’ language is buttoned up when it comes to sexual harassment or sexual misconduct,” Osipoff said. “Not only does the company not want to pay those things to an executive going out the door who may have engaged in sexual harassment; it’s also there to create an incentive” for executives to avoid such behavior.
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