Name withheld**due to fear of repercussions because she is still working at the same employer where the harassment occurred In my case, the complaint process was the worst part of the whole experience. On three separate occasions, a senior director on my team said wildly inappropriate things to me, drawing parallels between me and his sexual partners.
Un texte de Justine Cohendet Susan Lomas espère recueillir les témoignages de femmes sur les réseaux sociaux grâce au mot-clic #Metoomining. " L'industrie minière est singulière. Les camps miniers sont dominés par les hommes. J'ai été dans des camps où j'étais la seule femme ", indique-t-elle.
TIMMINS - The #MeTooMining movement is starting a conversation in the industry. It's still a young movement, but it's gaining momentum. The goal is to get women talking about their experiences in mining to help change the culture. Now, women can share their story on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using #MeTooMining.
Susan Lomas had to start #MeTooMining after her own experiences in the mining industry. Lomas has spent the past 30 years as a geologist. Last month, she launched the social media campaign to bring awareness to the sexual harassment and sexual assault happening in the mining industry.