Why it's getting harder for some women to report harassment
It has always been difficult for women to call out workplace misconduct. But a precarious economy and employment instability may be making the problem worse.
Diane has worked at a software company in New York for about six years. For the first two of those years, she enjoyed her job. Then she got a new boss, and things changed.
“It was clear from the beginning he didn’t like me,” explains Diane, 37, who identifies as Asian-American. “He would ask me to do tasks that were objectively below my paygrade. Then...