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Women and Equalities Committee
Report published; awaiting Government response.
Research suggests that 40% of women and 18% of men have experienced some form of unwanted sexual behaviour in the workplace, ranging from unwelcome jokes or comments of a sexual nature to serious sexual assault. [Source: ComRes poll for the BBC]
On 31 January, the Committee heard oral evidence from experts on employment and law. We are now launching a full inquiry to consider in more depth issues covered in that session. We are inviting written evidence specifically on:
This inquiry will sit alongside our related inquiry on the Sexual harassment of women and girls in public places.
Read all transcripts, written evidence and other material related to the Sexual harassment in the workplace inquiry.
Women and Equalities Committee publishes report on sexual harassment in the workplace
If you would like support about sexual harassment or other sexual abuse you may wish to contact a specialist support service such as:
For advice relating to sexual harassment in the workplace, you can contact:
Committees of the House of Commons are not able to take up individual cases but if you would like to discuss what action is being taken locally on these issues you may wish to contact your local Member of Parliament, Local Authority or Police and Crime Commissioner.