Men and women in office This heightened awareness of sexual harassment comes with tradeoffs: 60 percent of male managers said they are uncomfortable mentoring, socializing with or even working alone with women in the workplace. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The beginning of the #MeToo movement in the fall of 2017 was a watershed moment for the issue of workplace sexual harassment. Over the past 18 months, awareness has increased, complaints to the U.S. Equality Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) have risen and many employers have enacted or updated workplace policies.

Most people agree the movement was long overdue. But has the pendulum now swung too far in the other direction?

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