Hundreds of civil servants have complained about sexual harassment or bullying but only a small number have faced disciplinary action as a result, according to a Guardian investigation.
Staff and freelancers at Google offices across the world are walking out in protest of the tech giant's treatment of women. The walkouts are taking place at 11:10am local time, with the first one in Tokyo.
A recent incident on a Ryanair flight where a man was filmed having a racist rant at another passenger attracted huge publicity and calls for the airline to have done more. But where does an employer stand legally if an employee fails to intervene? Dan Peyton looks at the legislation.
Google has dismissed 48 people - including 13 senior managers - over claims of sexual harassment in the past two years.
Theresa May has said the government will bring forward a planned consultation on the use of non-disclosure agreements in employment disputes, following a Court of Appeal decision to stop the Telegraph naming a British businessman accused of the sexual and racial harassment of staff.
Women working at the House of Commons were subjected to "predatory" contact and treated like "personal servants" by MPs, an independent inquiry has revealed.
Allegations of misconduct that enter the public eye can ruin corporate reputations and mark an end to executive careers. HR faces a tough challenge gaining employees' trust to report misconduct, but technology can help, says Neta Meidav of Vault.
Updated to include information on the government consultation on ethnicity pay reporting by employers.
More than a third (35%) of people would speak up about sexual harassment, following a shift in the kind of behaviour considered appropriate over the past year.
Almost four in 10 (37%) women have been sexually harassed at work in the last 12 months, yet organisations are choosing to ignore the scale of the problem, a law firm has claimed.
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