When Toxic Work Culture Adds To The Trauma Of Sexual Misconduct

Sexual misconduct can be fatal. A heartbreaking reminder of that reality came in July with the sudden passing of Krista Carle, a former RCMP constable who took her own life after battling the trauma of sexual harassment at the hands of Canada’s iconic police force. Former RCMP member Ms. Krista Carle in Victoria, B.C., on March […]

Krista Carle | Appreciation

A P P R E C I A T I O N Krista Carle  Victim of the horrors of sexual misconduct at the RCMP, Champion in helping others to overcome theirs.   By now it is widely known that sexual harassment in the workplace can be life-altering. What is too often overlooked is that it can […]

Kathleen Finlay Interviewed in London Free Press

A POSSIBLE SOLUTION? Public disclosure of annual harassment statistics and a ban on non-disclosure agreements will go a long way to preventing sexual harassment of women in the workplace, an advocate says. “Until we start to get a better picture, we won’t be able to measure any kind of progress,” Kathleen Finlay, founder of the […]

The Chill of a Tirade

Two recent high-profile stories raise the spectre of a chilling effect on the willingness of women to come forward when they believe they have been the victim of sexual assault and sexual harassment in the workplace.  Read former NBC News Anchor Tom Brokaw’s attack  on Linda Vester, who says he sexually assaulted her. More than 60 prominent women take his side, while […]

Kathleen Finlay Interviewed in Hill Times

ZeroNow’s founder, Kathleen Finlay, was interviewed in the Hill Times (April 4, 2018) on the federal government’s new anti-harassment legislation  (Bill C-65).

It’s Time To Let The Sun Shine On Sexual Misconduct

 The Huffington Post By Kathleen Finlay We have no way of measuring which federal entities are actually practicing a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to sexual misconduct  02/26/2018 12:53 EST | The Canadian government is in the midst of updating its laws to more fully address sexual harassment in federally regulated workplaces, and to finally […]

Ending Workplace Sexual Misconduct Must Start In The Halls Of Government

THE HUFFINGTON POST By Kathleen Finlay Among our largest employers, governments must set the right tone — a zero-tolerance tone — for sexual misconduct. 02/09/2018 14:44 EST | Updated 02/09/2018 14:44 EST We’ve seen an almost endless procession of headlines chronicling the downfall of luminaries over allegations of sexual misconduct. Actors, producers, broadcasters, comedians and […]

When Will Governments Get Tough on Sexual Harassment?

THE HUFFINGTON  POST By Kathleen Finlay 12/11/2014 05:36 EST | CHRIS RYAN VIA GETTY IMAGES An important survey on sexual harassment in Canada conducted by veteran B.C. pollster Angus Reid confirms what countless women have discovered and many victims have told me: most employers don’t take sexual harassment seriously. Investigations are often a sham, if […]