It's time to review the most recent stats on sexual harassment in the workplace

Brian DeBelle

Sexual Harassment is a very complicated issue. Did you know that in 2011 payouts for sexual harassment lawsuits in the United States totaled $43 million? Since then, the number of sexual harassment cases that have been filed decreased 3 percent and payouts awarded fell by $10 million. Sexual harassment is becoming harder to prove with the majority of sexual harassment claims filed considered warrantless of lack reasonable cause. As human resource professionals, it’s worth spending a few minutes to review this infographic on sexual harassment in the workplace to brush up on what constitutes sexual harassment, who is being harassed and who is responsible.

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

[Infographic originally appeared on Grey Law.]