How Managers, Coworkers, and HR Pressure Women to Stay Silent About Harassment

Sex-based harassment is pervasive in the workplace, and it’s disproportionately experienced by women. It can include sexual harassment but is more broadly defined, including any behavior that derogates, demeans, or otherwise humiliates someone on the basis of their sex.

Read more: https://hbr.org/2018/07/how-managers-coworkers-and-hr-pressure-women-to-stay-silent-about-harassment

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