Step 1 of 2 50% For the purpose of this survey, please use this definition of sexual harassment: Unwelcome or offensive conduct of a sexual nature. This includes, but is not limited to, requests for sexual favours; suggestive remarks and gestures; unwelcome touching or contact; offensive jokes, objects, or pictures; undue attention; and intimidation. Does sexual harassment occur in your workplace?*Not that I’m aware ofRarelySometimesOftenEvery dayDoes your organization have a sexual harassment policy?*YesNoDo not knowHow often have you reviewed the policy?*Only upon being hiredAnnuallyEvery 2 or more yearsNeverDoes your organization have a workplace culture that tolerates or accepts sexual harassment?*YesSometimesNoDo not knowHave you ever been sexually harassed at work?*YesNoHave you been sexually harassed at work in the past year?*YesNoPlease indicate who the harasser was (check all that apply)* Client/customer Supervisor Supervisee Peer Other Which, if any, of the following consequences did you experience as a result of the harassment? Time away from work Loss of productivity at work Blame for causing the harassment Reputational damage Chose to leave my job Was fired from my job Mental health concerns Physical health concerns Decreased morale at work/Negative impact on relationships at work Other Did you report the most recent incident?*YesNoPlease tell us why you didn’t report the incident. (Optional)Was the reporting process clear?*YesNoWas it resolved to your satisfaction?*YesNoDo you have anything else to say about sexual harassment in the workplace? (Optional) Are you a:*Senior LeaderManager/SupervisorEmployeeIn which country do you work?*CanadaUnited StatesOtherIn what sector is your place of work?*Private SectorPublic SectorNot for Profit SectorHow many people work in your organization?*1-1516-5051-150151+What is your age?*18-3132-5253+What gender do you identify with? (select all that apply)* Female Male Two-Spirit (First Nation: status, non-status, Inuit, Metis) Non-Binary / Queer Transgender Questioning / I don't know Other Needing to talk to someone right now? Call a crisis line in Canada. Call a crisis line in USA.