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Franziska Saxler and her guest who wishes to stay anonymous talk about experiencing sexual harassment during a PhD. They are discussing the problem of recognizing sexual workplace harassment and also the consequences that come not only from the experience itself but also from interacting with responsible parties who are supposed to protect their employees and students.
Have you ever experienced sexual workplace harassment yourself? If yes, please share your solutions in the comments!
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Sexist organizational climate and gender-based harassment. Obstacles to careers in male-dominated fields (Switzerland)