Bosses still failing to take sexual harassment seriously

Bosses still failing to take sexual harassment seriously

A new report has found that bosses are still failing to take sexual harassment issues in the workplace seriously, despite the heightened attention the #MeToo movement has created.

Maria Miller MP, Chair of the Women and Equalities Select Committee on sexual harassment at work, says that employers are “falling down” when it comes to protecting their staff from such offenses.

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Comments (1)

  • Darren Street
    Darren Street
    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 1:44pm BST
    This is such a taboo subject but one I firmly believe is so easy and open to abuse. I believe that claims of sexual harassment against a companies in the UK/former employers is one of the easiest forms of extortion and something needs to happen to protect companies who are targeted by false claims. I firmly believe that many cases do not make it to court and only on the basis of an out of court settlement being made, many employers do not want to see themselves dragged through a court case naming staff, themselves and their business so often a financial offering is made hidden by insurers or a company settled as a commercial agreement with a COT3 agreement put in place.

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