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Workplace Sexual Harassment and Social Media

Sexual harassment via the internet is widespread and well-known. While most of the attention seems to be focused on teens and bullying, workplace sexual harassment often extends to the cyberworld as well. And in fact, The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) addressed this issue in its June 2016 report on workplace harassment. The EEOC encourages employers to include social media anti-harassment policies when establishing and drafting workplace policy guidelines.

Shielding Sexual Harrassers Will No Longer Be Tolerated

Oftentimes, victims of sexual harassment are hesitant to come forward because they fear retaliation. They also believe that the alleged perpetrator will escape punishment. While times are changing, this outlook isn't completely off-base. Recent sexual harassment news regarding Fox News and the University of California demonstrate that we still have work to do in this area.

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