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1. INTRODUCTION
2. UNDERSTANDING SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT WORK IN ASIA AND THE
2.1. Introduction
2.2 Attitudes and perceptions towards sexual harassment
Differences in definitions between groups of people
Commonly held beliefs about male and female sexuality
Use of culture to justify or deny sexual harassment
2.3. What is sexual harassment at work?
Definition of sexual harassment
Types of sexual harassment
What is ‘at work’?
Working relations with whom?
When is it ‘sexual assault’ and when is it ‘sexual harassment’?
Other forms of violence and gender discrimination at work
2.4. Effects of sexual harassment
Effects on the individual
Implications for the enterprise
Implications for society
2.5. Start of action against sexual harassment
The shroud of silence: Why few women report sexual harassment
Informal measures
Action by women workers’ groups and organizations
3. INCIDENCE AND SCOPE OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT WORK
3.1. Profile of women at work
Feminization of employment
Occupational segregation by sex
3.2. Incidence of sexual harassment at work
3.3. High-risk sectors and occupations
Education and training institutions
Domestic workers
Women migrant workers
Occupations or institutions with a preponderance of either sex
4. LEGAL ACTION AGAINST SEXUAL HARASSMENT
4.1 Action at the international and regional levels
4.2 Developments in legislation at the national level
Recent trends
General Definitions, Scope, Duties and Liability
Legal basis for sexual harassment protection
Due process
Establishing confidence in the procedures
Proving the case
Protection against victimization
Remedies and sanctions
4.4 Implementing mechanisms
Employer-based mechanisms
National administrative bodies
4.5 Key elements in legislation
5 WORKPLACE POLICIES AND PRACTICAL MEASURES
5.1 Prevention is better than cure
5.2 The extent and range of workplace measures
Development of policies and codes of conduct
Tripartite cooperation
Application of policies
5.3 The content of sexual harassment policies
5.4 Grievance handling: Redress mechanisms and procedures
Complaints procedures
Informal procedures
Formal procedures
Sanctions and disciplinary measures
Monitoring and evaluation
5.5 Information dissemination and training
Dissemination of awareness-raising material
Training
5.6 Counselling and support
The extent of counselling services and procedures in place
Counselling and investigation procedures
ANNEX
BIBLIOGRAPHY
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