Men and women in office Unfortunately, the mindset of too many companies in the face of #MeToo is to figure out what is the very minimum they can do to avoid legal trouble. (Photo: Shutterstock)

We’re nearing the two-year anniversary of the explosion of #MeToo, a hashtag that has come to symbolize the struggle of women to be treated with respect and equality in the workplace.

A recent survey indicates that the results of the movement are mixed: On the plus side, women report a lessening of outright sexual harassment. On the other hand, the survey concluded, there has been an increase of what’s known as “gender hostility”—more subtle forms of discrimination against people of given gender (usually women).

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