To gauge the civility of an organization’s culture, adequate policies and training are not enough. The behavior and accountability of top leadership play a key role. You can’t delegate ethics. And it seems the "Weinstein Clause" indicates that boards are finally beginning to understand that.
From Just For Laughs, to WestJet, to the RCMP, these burgeoning cases underscore that, in the #MeToo world, employers, corporations and executives are facing increased risk where permissive cultures and weak governance structures may have enabled instances of harassment.
On October 5, 2017, the Nova Scotia Legislature introduced Bill No. 27, the Intimate Images and Cyber-protection Act. The Act comes as Nova Scotia’s previous cyber-bullying legislation, the Cyber-safety Act, was struck down in 2015 by the Nova Scotia Supreme Court on constitutional challenge.