Fortune.com: One in Four Men Think it’s Ok to Expect Sex from an Employee, Survey Says

Fortune.com: One in Four Men Think it’s Ok to Expect Sex from an Employee, Survey Says

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3/8/18

Fortune.com quoted Michelle Nunn, CARE’s president and CEO in a story about CARE’s global survey on sexual harassment. “If we now know how difficult it is on the producers’ chair in L.A., imagine how difficult it is someplace like Bangladesh on the factory floor,” Michelle Nunn, president and CEO of CARE, Nunn told Fortune.

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"My family is poor so I had to quit school at grade 7. We couldn’t afford it. Now I work in the factory. Sometimes men at my work say things like, ‘Look at that white skin, why do you look so tempting?’"  Arunny in Cambodia. Credit: CARE

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