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The Sexual Harassment Task Force was created to explore explore issues surrounding sexual harassment in the legal community and to create solutions to help prevent women from leaving the practice of law due to sexual harassment in the workplace. The Sexual Harassment Task Force developed toolkits for use by employees and employers in the legal community and in other industries:

For Employees:

Know Your Rights: Guidelines & Resources for Sexual Harassment Victims

Know Your Rights: Guidelines & Resources for Pay Equity

for Employers:

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: Resources for Employers

Achieving Pay Equity: Guidelines & Resources for Employers

Know Your Rights:

Department of Labor: What constitutes sexual harassment 

Feminist Majority Foundation: Sexual harassment fact sheet


Additional Resources:

ERA: Sexual harassment in the workplace toolkit
Los Angeles Times: How to report workplace sexual harassment

Lean In: Self-care after sexual harassment

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