Sexual harassment is a rampant problem in the workplace. Despite initiatives like “Me Too” that helped make sexual harassment reporting less taboo, there is still little data on that delicate topic.

That’s why the team at Resume-Now stepped in and surveyed 785 American employees to learn who was harassed, who the perpetrators were, and how reporting went.

Here’s a small dose of the things they discovered:

  • 55% of our respondents had experienced sexual harassment at work (62% women and 48% men).
  • 28% did not feel that their complaint of sexual harassment was taken seriously.
  • 47% reported their employer did not offer sexual harassment training.
  • Are you interested in finding out more?

    Check out their full study under the link below:



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