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How to Prevent Sexual Harassment at Work
Many people are familiar with typical corporate training to prevent sexual harassment: clicking through a PowerPoint, checking a box that you read the employee handbook or attending a mandatory seminar at which someone lectures about harassment while attendees glance at their phones. At best, research has found, that type of training succeeds in teaching people basic information, like the definition of harassment and how to report violations. At worst, it can make them uncomfortable , prompting defensive jokes, or reinforce gender stereotypes , potentially making harassment worse. Either way, it usually fails to address the root problem: preventing sexual harassment from happening in the first place. Two Supreme Court case s determined that for a company to avoid liability in a sexual harassment case, it had to show that it had trained employees on its anti-harassment policies. But while training protects companies from lawsuits, it can also backfire by reinforcing gender stereotypes, at least in the short term, according to research by Justine Tinkler, a sociologist at the University of Georgia.
When You Experience Sexual Harassment at Work
By Nate Herpich Harvard Correspondent. Date February 4, February 5, The revelations in the Chronicle also prompted the Department of Government to form a Committee on Climate Change, tasked with examining the climate within the department.
Two in five workers polled in Singapore's first nationally representative survey on workplace sexual harassment said they have been victims of such unwelcome sexual advances or remarks in the office in the past five years. About one in three of those who were harassed suffered at the hands of their boss or someone more senior than them in the office. But only one in three victims reported the harassment to their boss, a senior person at work or their human resource department.