Sexual harassment affects productivity, employee retention: report

New report available from the Conference Board of Canada
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|hrreporter.com|Last Updated: 07/21/2003

Not only does sexual harassment affect the performance of the complainant and the harasser, it also causes a ripple effect that influences the productivity of co-workers and supervisors in obvious and more hidden ways.

That's the finding of the Conference Board of Canada report entitled

Sexual Harassment Is Still a Management Issue,