The Me Too movement encouraged more people to step forward and share their experiences of sexual harassment. Yet, a worrying 2020 report from the CIPD unearthed that a quarter of employees believe that issues such as harassment and bullying are still being swept under the carpet in their organisation.
In addition, shocking statistics published in the 2016 Still Just a Bit of Banter? report by the Everyday Sexism Project and the Trades Union Congress (TUC) revealed that more than half of women in the UK have experienced sexual harassment at work.
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