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Employers ban leering and long stares after #MeToo relevation

Employers ban leering and long stares after #MeToo relevation

The Times - THE BRIEF|News - 9 October 2018

Donald Glover and Rashida Jones both feature in a video instructing viewers on appropriate workplace behaviour

Employees cannot ask for a colleague’s personal phone number, invite them on more than one date or share rental cars under guidelines being issued by companies in response to the #MeToo movement.

The increasingly strict rules also include a ban on leering and staring for more than five seconds and corporate events where drinks are served but no food.

Companies are also issuing more obvious advice, such as a ban on sexual jokes, discussion of sexual exploits or displays of sexual images.

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