Rules to stop recruiter banter turning into sexual harassment

Recruiters have been warned to ensure they have the right training and procedures in place to guard against banter on the sales floor escalating into sexual harassment and tribunals.

The warnings follow today’s findings from a BBC Radio 5 live survey of 2,031 British adults that found that 37% of all those asked – 53% of women and 20% of men – reported they had experienced sexual harassment, ranging from inappropriate comments to actual sexual assaults, at work or a place of study. But more...

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