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STREET TALK: WHEN HONESTY ISN'T THE BEST POLICY By SCOTT HUM

Steven Webster says he's a victim of sexual harassment.

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No one ever touched him inappropriately, or made suggestive comments or requests. Nothing of that sort happened to him.
But people he worked with at Ogilvy & Mather Public Relations (now Ogilvy Adams & Rinehart) said it was happening to them, and Webster reported it to his bosses.
That, he says, has cost him his career, his income and his savings, and nearly cost his marriage.

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