Sexual harassment in the workplace

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Firms could offer employees a ‘safe place’ where they can express their concerns in confidence and know that they will be addressed

Sexual harassment in the workplace has been illegal for years, but it’s taken a number of high profile cases to bring the subject into sharp relief. As Adam Bernstein explains, firms that ignore the law face the ignominy of publicity as well as painfully expensive claims brought by employees and the public

In the time since the initial allegations of sexual harassment were levelled against Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and even honourable Members of Parliament, a torrent of other allegations have followed. And it appears that bus and coach companies have also found themselves caught up in sexual harassment and similar claims. […]

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