Employees turn up for work on a daily basis to fulfil their responsibilities and to meet deadlines – it’s not a place where workers would expect to feel violated or sexually harassed.
Sadly, it seems that the workplace has proven to be a popular environment for harassment, as a study carried out by the Everyday Sexism Project and the Trades Union Congress (TUC) of over 1,500 women, discovered that 52% of employees have been victims of unwanted sexual behaviour at work, from groping to inappropriate jokes.
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