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Research perspectives

Poll shows sexist attitudes still a major factor at work

A YouGov poll of senior HR professionals and people managers, commissioned by the Young Women’s Trust charity, has revealed that 37% of female respondents across both groups agreed sexist behaviour still existed in their organisation. …

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Charity workers say bullying allegations “handled unsatisfactorily”

Nearly all charity workers (97%) who reported being bullied feel that their complaint was not handled satisfactorily, an investigation into workplace bullying in charities has found. In the report, In plain sight, jointly published by …

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Higher Education in England must do much more to counter hate crime and sexual violence on campus, report argues

A report by Advance HE evaluating more than 100 pilot schemes designed to tackle hate-crime incidents and sexual violence and harassment at universities and colleges has concluded that higher education needs to do much more …

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Unethical behaviour? The questions dispute resolvers can ask

B3sixty Director Clive Bane argues that a recent CIPD report on dealing with unethical behaviour is of considerable help to dispute resolvers. Set against the background of failures of governance and compliance in all sectors …

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Bullying and sexual harassment rife in the legal profession in the UK – and worldwide

As part of a global survey in 2018 on bullying and sexual harassment in the legal profession, the International Bar Association (IBA) sought the views of 7,000 individuals from 135 countries across a spectrum of …

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Most LGBT employees have been sexually harassed at work, research finds

Research by the TUC has found that nearly seven in 10 (68%) LGBT workers have been sexually harassed at work. Its report, which claims to be the first major study into LGBT sexual harassment at …

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