Sexual harassment and sex discrimination have no place in society. As recent headlines suggest, though, the U.S. workforce has a long way to go in eradicating unacceptable behaviors. As you likely know, stopping discrimination often requires speaking up.
According to the Pew Research Center, more than 40% of women in the United States have experienced some type of sexual harassment or sex discrimination in the workplace. Whether you fall into that group or are simply thinking about exposing a serious problem at your office, there are some practical considerations about whistleblowing you should think through.