Welcome to Speak Up's Survey on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Following the recent expose on Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein, we find there is a huge culture of silence around sexual harassment. We want to understand how prevalent sexual harassment is in the workplace and whether employers do address harassment with policies, training and acting on complaints. 
Your participation in the survey will help us gauge where employers need to improve and how Speak Up is able to provide support to organisations in reducing workplace sexual harassment. Thank you.
If you would like more information, please message our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/speakupatwork/

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* 1. What is your gender?

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* 3. What is your current position?

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* 4. If you have experienced workplace sexual harassment (see definition), please indicate the type (you may tick as many as apply). If you have not experienced sexual harassment, please tick the last box. 
Definition (UK): Sexual harassment is unwanted behaviour of a sexual nature which violates your dignity, makes you feel intimidated, degraded or humiliated and creates a hostile or offensive work environment. It is about how you feel rather than the intention of the harasser.
"Workplace" includes business trips, company organised events, meetings outside the office which are work related - including dinners, drinks, golf etc.

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* 5. Who sexually harassed you? (tick all that apply). Proceed to Question 8 if you have not been sexually harassed.

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* 6. What did you do when you were sexually harassed at work? Tick all that may apply.

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* 7. If you did not report sexual harassment to Human Resources/Management, please indicate why. Tick all that may apply.

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* 8. If you have witnessed workplace sexual harassment, what did you do? Tick all that apply.

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* 9. What does your organisation have in place to address sexual harassment? Tick all that apply.

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* 10. For those in Human Resources/Compliance/Management who are tasked with handling sexual harassment, tick all that apply.

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