The Employment Law Alliance, the world’s largest and most geographically expansive network of labor, employment and immigration attorneys, has just released the results of its “#MeToo/Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Survey.” The poll was sent to the group’s U.S. employment lawyers during February, resulting in 382 responses from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The data includes reflections on the workplace based on the lawyers’ interactions with major employers across the country and in nearly every industry.
"This survey underscores the importance of ensuring that all employees are able to work in a workplace that is free of discrimination and harassment. Accusations of discrimination are to be taken seriously and investigated promptly and fairly. Training should be done from the top down for all employees. This survey confirms how important that is for all workplaces." -Carolyn Witherspoon, Director