- October 1, 2019
- Posted by: OneSharedFuture Info
- Category: Uncategorized
October 1, 2019 – The #MeToo movement has galvanized sexual harassment victims who are stepping forward to tell their stories and demanding shifts to the power balance. Employers are awakening to the voices of victims. They’re engaging in proactive conversations on long-overdue steps to address sexual harassment in the workplace. Everyone deserves a safe place to work everyday, free from the fear of harassment. Rachael Wong, founder of OSF, has been a compassionate leader not only creating safe spaces for victims to share their stories and coping strategies, but also convening groups to work collectively and positively to tackle sexual harassment in Hawaii’s workplaces. The October issue of Hawaii Business features Rachael and President & CEO of Child and Family Service Karen Tan’s journey to establishing Safe Spaces and Workplaces, a new initiative to end workplace sexual harassment in Hawaii. Read the article here.