Posted on: Jul 23,2019
The Women and Equalities Select Committee reported earlier this year that sexual harassment in the workplace is “widespread and commonplace”. It recommended that the government put sexual harassment at the top of its agenda, advising that (a) regulators should take a more active role, (b) enforcement processes should be modified to work better for employees and set out in code of practice; and (c) the use of non-disclosure agreements should be reviewed.
Following that report, the government has agreed:
For more information, follow these links:
Government Response to the Women and Equalities Select Committee – https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201719/cmselect/cmwomeq/1801/180102.htm
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