Turning the tables: Ending sexual harassment at work
An Equality and Human Rights Commission publication shares evidence about sexual harassment in the workplace gathered from individuals and employers. It examines the definition of sexual harassment, and sets out the various stages of reporting an incident. It outlines a number of recommendations for change, including: improved training for line managers and staff; greater protection for individuals working with customers and clients; an end to settlements that require confidentiality or force victims of harassment to resign; and lengthening the time limit for tribunal claims.Link to News
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Category: Employment » Sexual harassment. Area(s) of law: Employment.
Source: Equality and Human Rights Commission.