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Lyn Schollett is the executive director of New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence in Concord. She said Wednesday’s report shows just how prevalent sexual harassment is in the workplace. “Employers really need to have strong policies and they need to take every report of sexual harassment seriously,” Schollett said.
She said at their crisis centers last year, 116 people came in specifically to seek help after being sexually harassed at work.
“What we know is many more victims don’t come forward for the exact reasons outlined in this report, because they are afraid of losing their job,” Schollett said.