Time's Up fires staff after its CEO, presidente ha ammesso di aver consigliato Andrew Cuomo durante lo scandalo sessuale

“Il Consiglio di amministrazione di TIME'S UP ha annunciato oggi un importante ripristino dell'organizzazione per i diritti delle donne,” un dichiarazione shared to the group’s website reads. Secondo il gruppo, la decisione “follows the completion of an initial phase in a comprehensive management review by an independent consultant.

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This is a needed reset, not a retreat.said Board Chair Gabrielle Sulzberger. “TIME’S UP stands for accountability and systematic change in the workplace. It is incumbent on us to learn from these findings, and focus on building an organization that powerfully serves women of all kinds and ends the impunity of sexual harassment and assault in the workplace.

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In addition to interim president and CEO Monifa Bandele stepping down, the organization will also replace its current staff, writing in the statement thatcurrent programmatic operations will end January 1” e “staff departing will receive severance through March 1, 2022.”

Attorney Tina Tchen, former chief executive officer for Time's Up, speaks during the 2020 Makers Conference in Los Angeles, California. Fotografo: Kyle Grillot/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Attorney Tina Tchen, former chief executive officer for Time’s Up, speaks during the 2020 Makers Conference in Los Angeles, California. Fotografo: Kyle Grillot/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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