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[PDF] Research Study on Workplace Sexual Harassment

Author: AWARE Sub-Committee on Workplace Sexual Harassment, Published on: 1 January 2008

First, our research shows that sexual harassment in the workplace is high... Second, it shows that almost 7 out of 10 employees surveyed were not aware of any sexual harassment policies in their workplace... Third, the report shows that recipients of sexual harassment are not only women, but men as well... [An] evaluation of the current legal position in Singapore dealing with redress for sexual harassment is provided, setting out legal recourse currently available for victims of sexual harassment; and highlighting areas of the law which should be subject to further study... [In addition, companies] in Singapore were approached to share their human resource or other policies and/or practices, if any, that addressed workplace sexual harassment... Broadly speaking, the overall response from enterprises to this exercise can be surmised as ‘disinterest’ or ‘reluctance’... The companies...that offered information on their policies/practices were:
• Singapore Airlines Limited
• IBM
• McKinsey & Company (Asia)
• The Body Shop [part of L'Oreal]
• Shell
• PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

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Related companies: Body Shop (part of L'Oréal) IBM L'Oreal McKinsey PricewaterhouseCoopers Shell Singapore Airlines