Why are we still talking about this?
It might be tempting to think sexual harassment at work is a thing of the past. But every year there are more than 200 reports of sexual harassment in Saskatchewan workplaces, and those are just from the people brave enough to speak up. It’s a problem that spans all professions and industries.
Enough Already is a coalition committed to putting an end to workplace sexual harassment through education, support and empowerment.
But we can’t do it without you.
Everyone has a role to play.
We’ve all been there. You see or hear something inappropriate, but aren’t quite sure what to do. You want to help, but also don’t want to become the target.
Being a witness isn’t an easy position to be in, but it is one of the most important roles in the fight against sexual harassment in the workplace.
There are plenty of stressors in every workplace. Sexual harassment shouldn’t be one of them.
Whether you’ve witnessed it or experienced it yourself, sexual harassment can have a dramatic impact on your mental, emotional and physical health, impair job performance and decrease job satisfaction. Find out how to deal with and prevent sexual harassment where you work.
As an employer, you have a responsibility to provide a safe, healthy work environment for employees, free from sexual harassment and related retaliation.
Sexual harassment not only has a negative impact on employees, it can harm your business both legally and financially. Show customers and employees what really matters to your business – take a stand against sexual harassment.
What is sexual harassment, really?
Sexual harassment in the workplace might seem easy enough to identify, but it can come in many different forms – some of which can be surprisingly subtle. Learn what to watch out for, how to identity it and what you should do when it happens.
How We Can Help
Get the help your organization needs to tackle sexual harassment at work.
If you’ve experienced sexual harassment in the workplace (or think you have), you’re entitled to 4 hours of free employment coaching.
If you’ve experienced sexual harassment in the workplace, you may be entitled to 2 hours of free legal advice though the Shift Project.