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Documentation key to reporting sexual harassment 

With staggering statistics showing sexual harassment impacting a majority of people, a local domestic violence service organization is providing information on how to effectively report it.  According to an online survey by Stop Street Harassment, 81 percent of women and 43 percent of men had experienced some form of sexual harassment in their lifetime.  Steve Vickman, executive director of Help of Door County, says it is absolutely crucial to document everything if you feel you are being sexually harassed.



Vickman adds that is it also important to tell a trusted friend or family member and to write down details of the conversations while keeping records of your job performance and productivity.  He suggests keeping documentation outside of your workplace at home with backup and to be careful about recording anyone without their consent since it may be illegal.   

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