Bullying and harassment

Political speech at the office ‘may get worse’ post-election


A contentious presidential contest and social justice protests have forced employers to consider whether these types of topics should be discussed in the workplace.


Chief of MUFG-Morgan Stanley venture vows to stamp out harassment


Saburo Araki said he's giving a high priority to what he describes as the difficult task of stamping out staff harassment since he took over in April as head of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group's brokerage venture with Morgan Stanley.


A #MeToo backlash is brewing in banking


Optimism that the #MeToo movement will have a positive influence is high among bankers who participated in a recent survey on sexual harassment. But there is also concern that it could lead to gender discrimination in hiring and mentoring.


Banks wrestle with sense of futility on sexual harassment


Scratch beneath the surface, and there is a lingering feeling among many in the banking, payments and mortgage sectors that not only is harassment present, but may actually be inevitable. Experts say institutions need to combat that mindset - or else.


Fidelity's man trouble; Capital One's Pixar-inspired bot


The sexual harassment tsunami continues, with stories from Fidelity and France. The woman behind Capital One's new chatbot drew on her experience creating animated characters for Pixar. And Wells Fargo whistle-blowers speak out.