Now that the conversation about worplace harassment has started, it's time to remind everyone that the real problem is not "men" or "women" in particular. Rather, it's the power imbalance that exists in most modern workplaces where top decision makers hold your fate in jeopardy. And with that power, it's easy to bully one's subordinates into submission. Richard Wolff explains.
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An excerpt from the "Economic Update", a weekly program hosted by Richard Wolff.
The U.S. Senate killed a new ban on financial companies requiring customers to give up their right to sue in order to open accounts. Banks, credit card issuers and other financial companies will be able to block customers from banding together to sue over disputes, after the U.S. Senate on Tuesday narrowly killed a rule banning the firms from using "forced arbitration" clauses.