In corporate Japan, little movement on harassment policies: Reuters poll

TOKYO (Reuters) – Three-quarters of Japanese companies have made no changes to sexual harassment policies over the last year and don’t plan to do so, a Reuters poll found, though awareness of harassment is on the rise. The survey results come after a top …
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