An anonymous helpline or app have been suggested as new ways of allowing people to report abuse in the workplace.
More than half of people who reported being sexually harassed to the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre said it happened at work.
A quarter of those surveyed as part of new research said it happened at work-related events, meetings, or conferences.
The DRCC says participants described how harassment was downplayed as “banter” and that they feared losing their job if they complained.
CEO, Noeline Blackwell says an anonymous helpline or app could make it easier for people to report abuse:
Please see our latest Press Release: Discussion paper aims to kick-start new solutions to workplace sexual harassment - This will fellow up with a webinar on the 1st of November go to https://t.co/3iiK74M9X9 for all the details. https://t.co/xq8Y3UiJI2— Dublin Rape Crisis Centre (@DublinRCC) October 1, 2021