The TUC-led alliance against sexual harassment is campaigning for a new law that means employers need to take steps to prevent sexual harassment at work.
experience sexual harassment in the workplace.
This is a shameful reality in the year 2020.
In most workplaces it is up to the victim to report it - which can be isolating, confusing and traumatic.
4 out of 5 people don’t feel able to report sexual harassment to their employer. Employers need to change their approach.
We're demanding employers take all reasonable steps to protect workers from sexual harassment and victimisation.
We’ve got a radical yet practical plan to make this happen across every sector and workplace - but we need you with us.
Kick off #Heartunions week by joining our urgent call on Monday 10 February at 7pm with Frances O’Grady and others to discuss the plan and how we can take action together and
Sign up for the call here and help us spread the word by forwarding this email and sharing the link on social media.
Let’s make 2020 count in the effort to end sexual harassment in the workplace.
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