When Annie Oakley and Frank Butler tried to outdo one another while singing, “anything you can do, I can do better,” they weren’t talking about creating safe and respectful work environments. But if they had been, Oakley would’ve won hands down.

That’s according to a new survey, “Women and Leadership 2018,” from the Pew Research Center, which gathered some noteworthy data from nearly 4,600 Americans about their views on gender and the workplace. The results should be of interest to any legal department, especially as the #MeToo movement roars ahead, and GCs are often tasked with preventing workplace harassment. 

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