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Sexual harassment at work isn’t just discrimination. It needs to be treated as a health and safety issue – The Conversation AU

AMP’s sexual harassment scandal is symptomatic of a systemic failing in how workplace sexual harassment is regulated and managed.

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There has been little comfort for AMPs female employees in the corporate heavyweights bid to put its sexual harassment scandal to bed.
Nor, for that matter, women in any workplace.
The resignations of AMPs chairman David Murray and board member John Fraser this week were the culmination of events beginning with a revolt by female employees in early July, after it was revealed the newly appointed chief executive of AMPs investment management division had been disciplined for sexual harassment…

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