Survey Firm Outs #MeToo Feminists As Christmas Kill-Joys

The #MeToo movement is very much on the minds of many workers and managers this year as walk-off protests through 2018 against work-place conditions that organizers said enables sexual harassment caused many companies to quash any events such as office Christmas parties that could result in claims and complaints against the company. (Source photo)

Market Watch – ‘Tis the season for tax cuts, low unemployment and a nine-year bull market. Try telling that to corporate America. Just 65% of companies say they’re planning a holiday bash this year, according to a new survey from the an executive outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas.

That’s the lowest rate since 2009, when 62% of companies said they were planning an event despite the grips of the Great Recession. “We have never seen so many companies report that they never have holiday parties,” Andrew Challenger said. “The number could be due to several factors, including potential liability following the #MeToo movement.”

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