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Those who did not report being sexually harassed most often did not because they didn't want to be labeled a troublemaker, said it was their word against the other person, or were afraid of losing their job - Twenty-eight percent of those who have felt sexually harassed at work said they were sexually harassed by their boss - More than half of people sexually harassed (54 percent) say they did not confront the person responsible for harassment
Majority of employers are willing to negotiate salaries for entry level workers and typically offer a lower salary than they're willing to pay so there is room to negotiate - More than a quarter of employers who offer a lower salary (26 percent) say their initial offer is $5,000 or more less than what they're willing to offer
56 percent of LGBT workers report being bullied repeatedly at their job - One in five LGBT workers have experienced health issues because of bullying at work - 41 percent of LGBT workers have left a job because they were bullied - 72 percent of LGBT workers do not report their bullying to HR
Permanent hiring to increase 9 percentage points over last year - Half of retailers plan to hire seasonal staff; pay to increase - Study reveals the No. 1 mistake that causes seasonal job candidates NOT to get hired