On 17 May 2019, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) issued a report on sexual harassment of LGBT individuals in the workplace. The TUC reported that despite the #MeToo movement, a high number of LGBT workers have experienced and continue to experience...
In recent years there has been an increase in awareness from all industries that harassment while at work is not acceptable, and that no-one should fear reprisals from speaking out or “blowing the whistle” on colleagues who have subjected them to degrading or offensive behaviour.
Encountering sexual harassment in the workplace can be a humiliating experience, and lead to a loss of self-confidence and mental distress, as can a failure on the part of an employer to adequately address harassment.
If you have been subjected to sexual harassment in the workplace contact our expert employment law solicitors on 0203 816 9302.