Identify the Red Flags that Increase Instances of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Americans have seen vast changes in how we handle conversations about sexual harassment. With the #MeToo movement grabbing the world by storm in the past couple of years, American workplaces have had to take critical looks at their sexual harassment policies. Organizations have been working hard to make sure that both their employees and their companies are protected from sexual harassment allegations by targeting the problem at its source. Undeniably, the first step to preventing sexual harassment at your company is to understand how it starts and what the risk factors are. Do not wait until it is too late—start the conversation in your office today. Not convinced? Let the numbers speak for themselves: 85 percent of women report that they have been sexually harassed at work.

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