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Still Broken: Sexual Misconduct and Harassment in the Legal Profession- A National Study

Women Lawyers On Guard’s Survey on Sexual Misconduct and Harassment in the Legal Profession reflects significant, current evidence of sexual misconduct and harassment. The system of addressing sexual harassment in the legal profession is Still Broken.

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Covid-19 Survivors and the Workplace

For some survivors of domestic violence, going to work or school can provide a safe haven and respite from the abuse experienced at home or in interpersonal and familial relationships. And the added stress of close quarters created by social distancing measures may indeed exacerbate violence experienced at home.

Workplaces Respond to Domestic & Sexual Violence- A National Resource Center has created this list of resources. Access it Here

 

Covid-19 Stats: Four Times More Women Than Men Dropped Out of the Labor Force in September 2020

Four Times More Women Than Men Dropped Out of the Labor Force in September 

Claire Ewing-Nelson of the National Women's Law Center has produced an infographic publication outlining statistics on women's job loss amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, with the key finding that women have taken the majority of employment loss. 

The publication can be accessed Here

Ending Sexual Assault and Harassment in the Workplace

Sexual assault, harassment, and abuse are widespread societal problems that impact Americans across race, gender identity, sexual orientation, income, disability status, and many other factors. Recent research has demonstrated the scope and impact of workplace sexual harassment. This online resource collection includes information about defining workplace sexual harassment, understanding the scope of the size of the problem, and the path to prevention.

 

How You Can Get Your Workplace Involved in SAAM

Workplaces are important aspects of our society – places with cultures of their own that can play a large role in promoting healthy communities for both employees and those who patronize the business. And with the #MeToo movement shining a light on the prevalence of workplace sexual harassment, there has never been a better time for workplaces to get involved in Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Key Findings of the Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace Megan Thomas Fri, 10/20/2017

Cover image of research translationThe Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency charged with enforcing federal labor laws that prohibit workplace discrimination, released findings from a year-long look into harassment in the workplace. This report covers the key findings of the EEOC's study.

Genders at Work: Exploring the role of workplace equality in preventing men’s violence against women

This report examines the role of workplaces, and men in workplaces in particular, in preventing men’s violence against women. It highlights the need for preventative measures oriented to changing the social and structural conditions at the root of this violence, including through settings such as workplaces.

Publish Date

2013