As the #MeToo movement sweeps across Hollywood, Washington and the world of media, it’s easy to ignore the sexual abuse of women in low-profile jobs.
ABM Industries Inc. has a history of being sued for failing to stop sexual abuse on the job.
The reforms came after the Rape on the Night Shift project first uncovered pervasive sexual violence in the janitorial industry.
I’ve been reporting on sexual misconduct for five years, with one crucial difference. The women I’ve talked to are from the working class.
At least 1 in 4 women are raped by the time they turn 44, and that number isn’t budging, a robust new study finds.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into state law a bill aimed at preventing the sexual harassment and violence of janitors at work.
A growing number of female night-shift janitors in California are publicly telling their stories of on-the-job rape, sexual assault and harassment to support a state bill aimed at preventing workplace sexual violence.
Female hotel cleaners from across the country face sexual harassment and indecent exposure. In the past decade, 818 incidents were reported to the federal government by hotel industry workers.
They’re lobbying for a new law that’s moving quickly through California’s Legislature, retooling union contracts and getting arrested in acts of civil disobedience.
A proposed law that seeks to protect janitorial workers in California from persistent sexual violence has taken one step closer to becoming reality.