Hollywood, The Oscars and their HR problems
Hollywood has had an embattled past 12 months. Revelations about Harvey Weinstein’s systemic sexual harassment forced the film world to look at how its workplace culture as well as its ‘weak’ HR processes.
Whilst the industry scored a redemptive PR coup by taking a lead in #MeToo and #TIMESUP campaigns – designed to give voices and support networks to those affected by institutionalised sexual harassment – ongoing revelations have made fans, investors and those working in the industry wary of some of the biggest names.
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