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Originally Published By – Market Watch Entertainment (Formerly Known As Heat Street)
When people think of sexual harassment, often they think of high-profile cases between employees and their colleagues or superiors. But a new study shows the effects of harassment of employees by clients and customers can be just as damaging.
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In some professions such as care work or social work, many workers may believe dealing with sexual harassment by clients or customers is “part of the job,” said Dr. Ida Elisabeth Huitfeldt Madsen, a senior researcher at the National Research Centre for the Working Environment in Denmark and author on the report.
What People Tweeted About This
Plenty. Discrimination in the work place, sexual harrsment, sexual assault and the way it is prosecuted, slut shaming, pay inequality…
— Eleanore Prescott (@sueisdone) July 10, 2017
sexual harrsment in the work place isn’t cool I woulda slapped him for even touching me
— taryn 🌜 (@wubfairy) January 9, 2017