The corporate climb: women locked out of old boys’ club in misguided Me Too backlash
You can tell she’s all business, I mean law-ness by how she wants to be photographed for this serious issue. Is she sitting behind her desk looking professional or standing in front of a shelf of law books with her arms crossed? Nope, it’s Glamour Shots time.
Sunira Chaudhri, a lawyer partner at Levitt LLP poses for a photograph at her office in Toronto on Monday, July 30, 2018. Toronto employment lawyer Sunira Chaudhri has fielded an increasing number of calls from her corporate clients worried about sexual harassment in their workplace — mostly from those wondering whether they need to change policies around co-ed one-on-one meetings, mentorship, office parties, business trips and dinners.