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Danish government to improve sexual harassment surveys

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More granularity hoped to give clearer picture of problem in academia and beyond

Denmark’s National Research Center for the Working Environment (NFA) is in the process of developing more in-depth and targeted questionnaires to uncover the scope and prevalence of sexual harassment at work.

According to Thomas Clausen, a senior researcher at the government-run NFA, there is good reason to focus on how sexual harassment in the workplace is measured and recorded. Together with other researchers, he is developing a questionnaire to update existing information and get a more granular picture of the problem.

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