A growing body of research shows that the trauma of sexual assault and harassment (regardless of where it takes place) can have long-lasting effects on a person’s health. If one of your workers has been victimized, could the effects of this trauma affect productivity in the workplace? It appears that it can, which is yet another reason to address workplace sexual harassment and abuse before it happens. To read more, check out this thoughtful NPR online article.
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