Sexual harassment being underreported in workplace

Responding to sexual harassment on the job is sometimes a difficult decision for employees, according to Steve Vickman, executive director of Help of Door County.  He says many victims are concerned about their career situation and possible retaliation by their harasser.  Vickman cites two different statutes that cover harassment in the workplace.



Statistics show that sexual harassment happens to 40 percent of the women in the workplace, but only 25 percent of those incidents are reported, according to Vickman. 


For more information on confronting sexual harassment in the workplace go to the link below.



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