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Amid the public attention from the #MeToo movement, there’s new pressure for greater transparency about the facts underlying alleged misconduct. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The wave of sexual harassment allegations in corporate America has put a new focus on human resource departments and forced companies to decide how much information—if any at all—should be revealed to the public about employee misconduct.


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