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September 2018 Archives

Nationwide McDonald's strike meant to fight sexual harassment

Organizers say that last week's nationwide strike against McDonald's restaurants was the first strike protesting sexual harassment in over 100 years. Hundreds of workers in at least 10 cities rallied in an effort to hold McDonalds more accountable for the culture in their restaurants.

Driver education with exposure to real injuries may help teens

Traffic accidents are the leading cause of accidental death among U.S. teens, accounting for one out of three accidental deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Partly that is due to teen drivers' inexperience, which makes it more difficult for them to respond effectively during an emergency. They often risk distraction by using their phones while driving, or by driving a group of teen passengers. Sometimes they just take risks.

Survey: Gender, seniority are major factors in workplace harassment

The specialty insurer Hiscox has just released its 2018 workplace harassment study, and it found that 35 percent of U.S. employees have experienced workplace harassment. That number rises to 41 percent among women. Of those who said they had experienced harassment, half said it was because of their gender. Moreover, 78 percent said they had been harassed by a male, and 73 percent said their harasser had been someone in a senior position.

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