Want to join in the county-wide dialogue about ways we can work together to create safer and more equitable work environments for all? Join us this fall at our public #ChescoKnows Summit:
WHEN: September 24, 2019 from 8:00-11:00 am
WHERE: Penn State Great Valley (30 E. Swedesford Road, Malvern)
WHO: Hosted by the CCWC and CCFWG, the #ChescoKnows Summit will present survey findings in more detail and explore ways all key partners can work together to address sexual harassment in Chester County workplaces. Keynote speakers are Brad Johnson and David Smith, co-authors of “Athena Rising – How and Why Men and Women Should Mentor Women.”
We hope to see you there for this important conversation.
1 IN 4 SURVEY RESPONDENTS HAVE WITNESSED OR EXPERIENCED SEXUAL HARASSMENT
Results of the #ChescoKnows Workplace Sexual Harassment survey, supported by the Chester County Commissioners and undertaken by the Chester County Women’s Commission(CCWC) and Chester County Fund for Women and Girls (CCFWG), reveal that one in four people (26%) in Chester County have witnessed or experienced sexual harassment in their current workplace. The findings also note that nearly two-thirds of people (62%) reported to have witnessed or experienced sexual harassment at some point in their career.
The #ChescoKnows survey was distributed throughout Chester County between November 2018 and January 2019, and garnered more than 900 responses in both English and Spanish. The results captured a range of experiences and insights from current Chester County workplaces.
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