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An Australian Human Rights Commission survey reveals the number of women being sexually harassed at work has doubled in the past six years.
By Emily J. Brooks
The number of women being sexually harassed at work has doubled in the past six years and the worst industry is the media.
The Australian Human Rights Commission has found harassment is “widespread and pervasive” with two in five women claiming they had been sexually harassed at work in the past five years.
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