• Out of the female respondents, 68 percent indicated they’d experienced sexual harassment at work, but only 30 percent reported the behavior. Reasons for not reporting included concerns that it would negatively impact their job, and a belief that such behavior was tolerated.
• Of the male respondents, 19 percent reported that they had experienced sexual harassment, and 42 percent indicated that their sexual harassment complaints were taken seriously. Conversely, only 27 percent of the women surveyed reported complaints about sexual harassment were taken seriously.
• Fifty-two percent of the women said they didn’t report their complaint because it would negatively impact their job (versus 27 percent of the men); 47 percent of the women said the behavior was tolerated in their organization (versus 30 percent of the men); and 45 percent of the women said they had no confidence their senior leadership would address the issue (versus 24 percent of the men).