As part of a campaign created to shine a light on the ongoing unresolved abuse and bullying in Westminster, The Women’s Equality Party has publicised a host of spoof job adverts that encourage “experienced harassers” and those who “want to grab a woman by the neck” to apply as prospective MPs – The Independent reported.
While creating a spoof recruitment campaign may seem like an unusual approach to clamping down on bullying and harassment, the drive has sought to question why MPs facing unresolved allegations have not been forced to step down from their roles and that MPs aren't held accountable for wrongdoing.
Access all our great content with a FREE myGrapevine account
- Personalise your topic feed
- Free access to premium content
- One-click registration for webinars and downloads
- Save your favourites
- Exclusive offers
* By registering you agree that you have read and agree to our Terms and Conditions and that Executive Grapevine International Ltd and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content and products.
If you find yourself asked to register again, please make sure that your browser cookie is enabled.
We would like you to become part of Executive Grapevine and join one of the fastest growing and engaged online communities of Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs in the UK. Thousands of our readers, people just like you, have already registered with Executive Grapevine and we would like you to join in - its FREE!
However, an EU regulation coming our way means that to continue hearing from us, you will need to become a registered user. No matter the outcome of BREXIT, this regulation will apply to us while we remain in the UK and perhaps beyond.
Access across the Executive Grapevine site will continue to be free of charge once you register.
Every reader we retain, is very important to us, and we would appreciate you taking the time to Register with us now.