We all have a role to play to create safe, respectful, and inclusive workplaces free from sexual harassment.
Whether you have experienced sexual harassment, or you are someone who wants to help, this section is for you. Here you will find information about trained advocates who can help, tips on telling your story, how to respond if someone tells you they are being sexually harassed, and more.
For people who have been sexually harassed
Whether you've been sexually harassed in the past or you're being sexually harassed now, it can be hard to know what your next step is - or even what that next step could be. Click the button below to find out more about free support available to you, to learn about your rights as an employee, to read a list of your options, and more.
What is sexual harassment?
Confused about the definition of sexual harassment? Here, we provide the definition of sexual harassment and some examples to help you get a better sense of the issue.
For people who want to help
Are you an ally to someone who is or has been sexually harassed? A volunteer or consultant for an organization, or an employee who wants to do something about a specific incident (or even your workplace culture in general)? Here you will find resources on how to take a more active role in preventing and responding to sexual harassment.
From local and state resources to national organizations focused on issues of anti-harassment and discrimination, there are many places you can turn. Here is a small but growing list of places you can trust.