Hollywood’s Time’s Up Campaign Still Must Defeat Forced Arbitration, A Sexual Harasser’s ‘Best Friend’

“When employers aren’t worried about the PR damage, they’re often less concerned about addressing persistent patterns of harassment,” Emily Martin, general counsel and vice president for workplace justice at the National Women’s Law Center, which is partnered with “Time’s Up,” told Newsweek. “And if employees can’t band together, that’s another way arbitration makes it very hard to bring about a culture change in a workplace—it’s much harder to challenge harassment if you have to stand there on your own.”