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75%  of workplace harassment victims experienced retaliation when they spoke up.
A report conducted jointly by the TUC and Everyday Sexism found that 52% of women had experienced some form of sexual harassment at work, nearly a quarter had been touched without invitation, a fifth had experienced a sexual advance.

A study by the law firm Slater and Gordon found that 60% of women had experienced inappropriate behaviour and nearly half of respondents had been warned to expect problematic behaviour from a particular person when they arrived.

About one in five women do report it. Their outcomes are poor: 80% found that nothing changed; 16% said that the situation worsened afterwards.

10.7% of women are more at risk of workplace bullying versus 5.8% of men.

60% of respondents who experienced workplace bullying considered quitting their jobs.

Bullying is more likely to be perceived as a problem, be it minor, moderate or major, in the public sector than in the private sector.

Over 48% indicated that it has had a negative effect on their life outside work


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