Women aren’t the only victims of sexual harassment in the workplace.
In 2010, there were 11,717 charges of sexual harassment in the U.S. Of those charges, 17.6% were from men, up from 11.6% in 1997. This number could be attributed to more people reporting sexual harassment, though even today it’s estimated that only 5-15% of victims formally report harassment.
What exactly constitutes sexual harassment?
According the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, “Harassment does not have to be sexual in nature” and “can include offensive remarks about a person’s sex.”
Check out the chart below, provided by Bolt, for more specific examples:
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