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harassment

See Sexual harassment.
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Sexual Harassment is increasingly viewed as one of the most rigorous forms of violence against women in the work place and is particularly a problem in the new global economy where the work force is comprised largely of young women (Karega 2002).
But this labor participation of women has introduced the women with Harassment on street and on work places by supervisors, bosses and co-workers (Shah 2005).
Those who are coming out they may experience the sexual Harassment while traveling in public transport, public places and at work places, even if they are traveling alone in independent vehicle many people may harass them on road.
Harassment and discrimination negatively affect the performance, productivity and learning in professional and academic settings.
Current research is an exploratory study which aims to explore perception of doctors, nurses, teachers, bankers and Lawyers about the sexual Harassment of women.
Sexual Harassment of women in the work place is reportedly on the augment in Pakistan (Dawn 2001).
Around 27% of incidents of harassment were mob harassment, with more than one perpetrator.
In February, the human rights committee of the Shura Council discussed sexual harassment during protests and called for designating a place for female protesters only.
Most of the victims of sexual harassment took action against the harassment, and 17.
The report also discussed the psychological effects of harassment on the victims.
The least frequent place where people were subjected to harassment is workplaces, only 1.
The report did not show any correlation between harassment levels and the time of day.