Since the 1990s, HR departments have been busy educating employees about sexual harassment and drawing up companywide policies for proper conduct. These efforts, however, have largely failed to produce a more respectful and safe work environment. The Harvey Weinstein scandal, followed by the #MeToo movement, are testament to that. Writing for The Atlantic, Caitlin Flanagan seeks to find out what went wrong. Her analysis provides important insights for HR professionals and anyone interested in workplace discrimination issues.