27 JUNE 2019 


Employers should be legally liable if they fail to protect their staff from sexual harassment at work, according to a campaign launched on Wednesday.

Fawcett Chief Executive Sam Smethers says:

"We need to strengthen the law to better protect women from harassment from co-workers, clients or customers and we need a new duty on employers to prevent sexual harassment. They have to take responsibility for their own workplace culture.

“Everyone is entitled to dignity and respect at work. Sexual harassment has no place in any workplace."

Read our report on sexual harassment in Parliament here