This research provides a current picture of sexual harassment faced by women workers every day in the factory environment in mainland China.
The study findings show that more than one-third of the interviewees have been sexually harassed in the workplace and nearly 15% of the victims chose to resign. 97% of the interviewees agreed that factories should establish sexual harassment prevention mechanisms and implement immediate measures to protect women workers from being sexually harassed in the workplace.
At the end, there are recommendations for factory owners, trade unions and women’s federation and workers. To stop sexual harassment, workers also need to empower themselves by setting up self-help groups to defend their rights.
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