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What impact does harassment have?
increased absenteeism and turnover of staff. damage to the image/reputation of the business. irreparably harmed working relationships. stress-related complaints, absences and claims.
How does a person feel if they are being harassed?
The experience of being harassed is often similar to the feeling of being in an interpersonal conflict. The victim has a difficult relationship with the perpetrator and may well feel threatened and not want to be in contact with them when the conflict escalates.
What are the causes of harassment?
Top 5 Causes of Sexual Harassment Complaints
What are some of the negative effects of harassment in the workplace?
When a workplace is infected with discrimination and harassment, everyone suffers. The hostility created by harassment causes absenteeism, low morale, gossip, animosity, stress, and anxiety among staff. Low productivity is more common in environments with high rates of sexual harassment.
How do you recover from harassment?
What are the effects of psychological harassment?
Victims of psychological harassment may experience symptoms such as crying, depression, memory problems, despondency, irritability, agitation, lack of interest, isolation, lack of confidence and self-esteem, fatigue, sleep disorders, stomach problems, loss of appetite, back pain, sweating, dizziness, tremors and nausea
Is harassment a discrimination?
If someone harassed you because of the protected characteristic of a person you know, it's also discrimination.
What do you call a person who harasses?
tormentor. (also tormenter), torturer.