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How to Combat Sexual Harassment in The Workplace

Harassment of a sexual nature is one of the most common forms of harassment and is specifically outlawed by the Equality Act 2010. Yet, despite increasing awareness of the problems it can cause in the workplace, sexual harassment still needs to be addressed as part of an ongoing dialogue between employers and staff.

It is therefore essential for every business to consider ways they should plan to prevent and resolve any potential issues. Employees must know that there is a route they can take if they experience sexual harassment in the workplace, and that their complaint will be dealt with seriously and have no adverse effect on their future at the company.

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