Gender gap in attitudes toward workplace sexual harassment, survey finds
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Men and women have significantly different beliefs as to what constitutes workplace sexual harassment, according to the findings of a new study.

An online survey of 1,200 US office-based employees found that around two-thirds of men (69%) believe suggestive remarks are considered sexual harassment, compared to 92% of women.

Further, 47% of men believe making comments about someone’s gender identity counts as sexual harassment, compared to 73% of women.


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