Boland Pens Op-Ed in Boston Globe on How Corporate Boards Can Curtail Sexual Harassment

21 November 2017 News
Partner Beth Boland wrote an op-ed that was published in the Boston Globe, “How Corporate Boards Can Curtail Sexual Harassment.”

In the piece, Boland, who is president of the New England Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors, offers corporate board members steps they can take to curtail sexual harassment including asking tough questions of management to gauge efforts in creating a culture of inclusion; reviewing corporate sexual harassment policies and investigation procedures; and prioritizing women and candidates of color for open board seats.

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