Why Women aren’t the Only Ones Harassed in the Workplace

If you think women are the only ones being sexually harassed in the workplace, think again. In the U.S., nearly one in five sexual harassment complaints at work were filed by men with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). And that’s not all; transgender and LGBTQ individuals also are being sexually harassed in the workplace. A report from the Trades Union Congress (TUC) reveals the LGBTQ community faces high levels of sexual harassment and sexual assault. They report that nearly seven in 10 (68 percent) lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals have been sexually harassed at work.

Your organization must consider the sexual harassment rights for all the individuals you employ, not just for women. And you must find ways to eliminate sexual harassment in your workplace.

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