Sexual harassment in the workplace | Visual.ly


Sexual Harassment At Work – Surprising Recent Statistics Of An Old Crime.

Source: visual.ly

Damned if you do, damned if you don’t.

According to data complied by Equal Rights Advocates, a women’s law center in the U.S., 90 to 95% of sexually harassed women suffer from some debilitating stress reaction, including anxiety, depression, headaches, sleep disorders, weight loss or gain, nausea, lowered self-esteem and sexual dysfunction.  In addition, victims of sexual harassment lose $4.4 million dollars in wages and 973,000 hours in unpaid leave each year in the United States

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