Controlling for demographics and occupation eliminates the gender gap in

Controlling for demographics and occupation

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Controlling for demographics and occupation eliminates the gender gap in reported harassment except for sexual harassment Age, sexual orientation, low income, mobility disability, having a union all have major impact on likelihood LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 48
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Federal Workplace 2017 ESDC Survey 60% reported harassment, 30% sexual harassment, 21% violence at work, 3% sexual violence 94% who experience sexual harassment were women 75% reported harassment/sexual harassment/violence to authority, but 41% felt no attempt was made to resolve issue LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 49 Employment and Social Development Canada (2017). Harassment and sexual violence in the workplace . Retrieved from - development/services/health-safety/reports/workplace-harassment-sexual- violence.html
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LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 50 Employment and Social Development Canada (2017). Harassment and sexual violence in the workplace . Retrieved from - development/services/health-safety/reports/workplace-harassment-sexual-violence.html
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LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 51 Employment and Social Development Canada (2017). Harassment and sexual violence in the workplace . Retrieved from - development/services/health-safety/reports/workplace-harassment-sexual-violence.html
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LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 52 Unite Here. (2016, October 7). Unite Here Video [YoutubeVideo}. Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved from
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Mini-Assignment Q1. Provide an example of a long-term effect of being the target of workplace harassment this could refer to the effect on the worker, their family, their workplace, the economy, etc. LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 53
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#metoo /Time’s Up LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 54
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#metoo /Time’s Up Recent campaigns or movements around sexual harassment/sexual assault, often in the workplace. LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 55
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#metoo /Time’s Up Originally focused on Hollywood: has it expanded? LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 56
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#metoo /Time’s Up Canadian precursor: Jian Ghomeshi Fall 2014 Ghomeshi is placed on leave and eventually terminated from the CBC. Pre-dates the #metoo issue by a few years, but raised the visibility of the issue in Canadian media LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 57
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#metoo /Time’s Up #metoo gets underway October 2017 Ashley Judd accuses Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment; quickly snowballs into #metoo movement LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 58
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#metoo /Time’s Up Vox has compiled a list of “celebrities, politicians, CEOs, and others” accused of sexual assault or harassment that are at least somewhat connected to #metoo LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 59
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#metoo /Time’s Up Recent Canadian political examples: Kent Hehr, Liberal MP and former Minster of VA, Sport, Persons with Disabilities Erin Weir, MP - formerly NDP Patrick Brown, former MPP / Ontario Tory Leader Rick Dykstra, former Ontario Tory party president Jamie Baillie, former MLA / NS Tory leader PM Justin Trudeau, Liberal LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 60
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#metoo Beyond Hollywood Much of the focus in #metoo, especially early on, was on individuals and the accusations towards them less so on systems LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 61
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