What would end sexual harassment of teens in the workplace?

Posted June 28, 2010, at 2:52 p.m.

A recent survey by a University of Southern Maine professor found that one in four teens

has faced some sort of sexual harassment at work. What can be done to end this high rate

of harassment? Should those businesses employing teens have to provide their young

workers with a list of their rights, and an explanation of unwanted and offensive

behavior? Should the Department of Labor encourage reporting of such behavior, along

with implementing a system of fines? What would you tell your teen children before they

go off to summer or part-time jobs about sexual harassment?

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