Sexual Harassment Is Common In The Workplace, But It's Not Always Reported

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Donald Trump’s comments that he hoped his daughter Ivanka would “find another career or find another company” if she was sexually harassed at work has sparked criticism from people who say workers who are victimized should fight back rather than leave their jobs.

This comes on the heels of the resignation of Fox News Chair Roger Ailes following allegations that he sexually harassed host Gretchen Carlson.

Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Richard Glovsky of the Labor and Employment Practice Group at Locke Lord LLP to take a look at sexual harassment in the workplace.

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Richard Glovsky, co-chair of the Labor and Employment Practice Group at Locke Lord LLP.

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