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One huge company embodies everything vile that the new #metoo legislation is working to fix

Legislation called "Ending Forced Arbitration for Sexual Harassment Act" was introduced in the House on Wednesday with bipartisan support. It stops employers from forcing employees to sign away their right to sue for sexual harassment. One company embodies everything this legislation is meant to stop — Signet Jewelers. It owns Zales, Jared's Galleria and Kay Jewelers. There's a massive sexual harassment class-action case against the company — but plaintiffs who had agreed to arbitration had to fight tooth to get it.
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