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Policy implementation and employee perceptions of the sexual harassment policy process

As noted in the previous chapter, to report sexual harassment, employees must experience harassment, define that experience as sexual harassment, and be aware of procedures for filing reports. Reporting rates, and hence use of sexual harassment policies and procedures, appear to be reduced by factors internal to the individual employee: hesitancy to classify or define experiences as sexual harassment and fear about what may happen as a result. Thus employee perceptions about sexual harassment policy and procedures play an important role in the policy implementation process. This chapter explores these perceptions in greater detail by examining several questions about the implementation of sexual harassment ...

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