Confronting Sexual Harassment
From training to employing more senior women: How businesses can stop workplace harassment.
Sexual harassment at work has become “normalised” according to the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
A recent UK survey by polling company ComRes found that half of women and a fifth of men have experienced it during their careers.
From unwanted comments and jokes to inappropriate touching, actions that go beyond office banter seem to have become the norm for many in the workplace.
As MPs and shareholders start to look at the issue more closely - business reporter Katie Prescott explores how companies are dealing with the growing number of sexual harassment revelations, and how they can prevent it happening in the first place.
Producer: Charlotte McDonald