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

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

A recent survey indicates that the results of themovement are mixed: On the plus side, women report a lessening ofoutright sexual harassment. On the other hand, the surveyconcluded, there has been an increase of what's known as "genderhostility"—more subtle forms of discrimination against people ofgiven gender (usually women).

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