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New research shows perception gap between corporate leadership and American workers on issues of workplace conduct.
One year after the #MeToo movement took root in the United States and corporate leadership has worked to address workplace conduct issues more than ever before, new research conducted by Brunswick Group shows that the American workforce believes that there is more progress to be made.
The national survey was conducted by Brunswick Insight, the research and analytics arm of Brunswick Group. The survey of 1,000 full-time and part-time employees across a broad range of industries and sectors was conducted online from August 7-14, 2018.
FEATURED PRESENTATION: Workplace Misconduct: Evidence of Weak Governance
Presented by Shahed Larson, Partner, Brunswick Group LLP at the 2019 Shareholder Activism Summit
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how activist investors cultivate relationships with companies to positively influence sustained value creation
the latest campaign practices of activists, how they unfold, their outcomes, and how boards and executives work constructively toward improved stock performance
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