CNBC: 5 ways men can address – and help prevent – sexual harassment at work
“If you see a colleague being sexually harassed, or hear comments about women that are demeaning or derogatory, say something in that moment,” Noreen A. Farrell, executive director of Equal Rights Advocates, tells CNBC Make It.
Rather than hesitating, Farrell, whose organization advocates for the civil rights of women and girls, says a simple comment like, “That is making me uncomfortable,” can show the harasser and the person being harassed that you’re aware of what just happened.
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