Briefing: Sexual harassment in the workplace: new responsibilities  

Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
January 24, 2019
Author
Hilary Kitchin LGiU associate
Issues Covered
  • employer responsibilities
  • Government response
  • legal framework
Categories
Trade union and workforce issues, Welfare and Equalities
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In its inquiry the Women & Equalities Select Committee heard that employer responsibilities are poorly understood, and its report recommends a shift in the burden for tackling sexual harassment at work from individuals to employers who would be under an obligation to take responsibility for changing behaviours at work.

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