How Employers Should Consider Impact Of Sex Harassment

Law360, New York (November 9, 2017, 4:32 PM EST) -- In the wake of allegations detailing years of workplace sexual harassment perpetuated by Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein and other leading media personalities, employees, employers and the public alike have been forced to consider how enduring such abuse impacts women. A recent study conducted in Denmark on workplace sexual harassment provides empirical evidence reflecting how working in environments where predatory behavior and sexualized comments are tolerated by employers affects employees' mental health.

What Are the Effects of Workplace Sexual Harassment?

The study, published in BMC Public Health, surveyed 7,603 employees from 1,041 Danish companies to find out how many had been sexually...

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