HR has been accused of failing to support employees when it comes to allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace. In a recent Guardian opinion piece penned by Nareen Young, Industry Professor of Indigenous policy at an Australian University, wrote why she believes HR isn’t doing enough – despite movements such as #MeToo which have encouraged more people to speak out against harassment. Young pointed out that statistics suggest women are still reluctant to speak out about their experiences within the workplace, placing the blame on HR for not offering enough support to these individuals. Read more Workers sue over sexual harassment claims “How is it that someone who has been done a terrible wrong, had trauma inflicted on them, must be treated so badly simply...
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