One-third of women managers agree on the presence of sexual behavior in their organizations
LONDON (PA) – One-third of family managers in new research agree that their organizations have the sexiest behavior. In a survey conducted by The Young Women’s Trust, one in four of the family managers of more than 850 human resource staff said that it is more difficult for women to thrive in their organization than for men. The study revealed that about one in 10 HR managers was aware that teenage women were being patronized or their opinions were being ignored. One in four HR family managers does not believe that their organizations take proactive measures to protect them from sexual harassment in the workplace. One in 10 respondents to the survey said they were aware of incidents of sexual harassment that were not reported last year. The Young Women’s Trust said the survey’s findings add to previous research from 2,000 young women in England and Wales, indicating that three in four believe women are in the workplace. Have suffered discrimination. Joe Levinson, director of communications and campaigns at the Young Women’s Trust, says last year’s corona virus, covid 19 pandemic, has disrupted the working lives of many of us women. Sadly, sexism still exists in the workplace. He said that women continue to be harmed by sexual harassment and sexual behavior in the workplace and it should not be accepted as inevitable. He said employers should take further steps to make women aware and hear about their experiences in the workplace and take concrete and proactive action to prevent sexual harassment. There should be a zero tolerance approach to sexism and harassment in the workplace.