Gender perceptions of sexual harassment can influence workplace policy effectiveness

Although 98 percent of all organizations have sexual harassment policies, sexual harassment remains an issue in the workplace. Researchers at the University of Missouri are evaluating how employees’ interpretations of sexual harassment policies can invalidate the purpose of the policies

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Gender perceptions of sexual harassment can influence workplace policy effectiveness


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