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are about 40 to 70% of women complaining about facing sexual harassment at
work, while 10 to 20% of men have been in this situation. In fact, 41% of the
men claimed being harassed by a male coworker and 59% have complained against
the female harasser. Sexual harassment involves in the position that men and
women have in a society which in certain ways have an impact on women’s roles.
Many studies specify that sexual harassment in general and that it occupies a
consequential charge on women’s lives and careers. Sexual harassers are
destroying those women’s lives, living them with a horrible memory and
experience, hurting someone else feelings don’t seem right. Sexual harassment
is a major violation of professional ethics and should be considered and
regarded as such by members of the profession. Sexual
harassment is subject to a ruling in the European Union. Even though laws
surrounding sexual harassment occur, they normally do not outlaw simple
ridiculing, careless remarks, or minor segregated incidents, which is the fact
that they do not force a “general
civility code”. In the workplace, harassment may be examined as illegal when it
is so patronizing or severe that it produces a hostile or offensive work
environment or when it results in an adverse employment decision. The legal and
social comprehension of sexual harassment, but still, varies by culture. Sexual
harassment can have serious consequences and cause real psychological trauma
with loss of confidence and self-esteem, or even depression. It can also cause
physical symptoms such as nausea, pain, eating disorders. The fear of
retaliation, with the risk of being dragged into the mud and/or losing work,
often means that the victim doesn’t dare to talk about it and even not
complaining. Although men may be victims, it is almost always women who are
sexually harassed. Women working in the male-dominated
environment are at greater risk of being sexually harassed. In general,
women occupy lower positions than the stalker. Who makes sexual harassment? The
vast majority of people who engage in sexual harassment are men. People who
engage in sexual harassment are usually in a position of power over their
victim, but this is not always the case. Colleagues can sexually harass their
peers. Where sexual harassment occurs Sexual harassment in the workplace
includes any form of harassing behavior that occurs in a workplace or other
professional context where co-workers find each other, whether an office, a
factory, a school, a shop, a construction site, a washroom, a cafeteria, a
cloakroom, a vehicle, used for work or to get to work, or at meetings,
conferences, social receptions and travel trips business.