Time to speak up against sexual harassment6 min read 14 May 2017, 04:41 PM IST
Awareness is key to preventing sexual harassment at the workplace
NEW DELHI :
For all working women, the recent incidents of sexual harassment that made headlines—from the case involving news and entertainment firm ScoopWhoop co-founder Suparn Pandey to the ouster of Fox News TV presenter Bill O’Reilly—have been uncomfortable reminders of a workplace reality that is more prevalent than we think. A survey conducted by the Indian National Bar Association earlier this year found that 38% of 6,047 participants, both female and male, had faced sexual harassment at the workplace.