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Sexual harassment in the workplaceEdit
In the UK Research has shown that more than 50% of women and nearly 10% of men have experienced some form of sexual harassment at work . But only 5% of those suffering sexual harassment ever make a formal complaint, and of those who do, only 10% ever get as far as an Employment Tribunal hearing
Many organisations have a code of practice against bullying and harassment which asks us to behave towards each other in a manner expected in a professional working relationship.
A large part of this is that everyone has a responsibility to respect the feelings and sensibilities of others in the workplace, and to behave in a way which does not cause offence.