Dear Valued Partner,

In the month of March, ILO’s Better Work Indonesia programme is focusing on putting an end to workplace harassment, sexual harassment and bullying. A recent study conducted by Tufts University United States of America and University of Indonesia found that 85 percent of workers are concerned about sexual harassment. A further 80 percent of respondents said they were concerned about verbal abuse, and 87 percent cited concerns about physical abuse.

Coinciding with International Women’s Day, Better Work Indonesia is releasing

Guidelines for the Prevention of Workplace Harassment.

This document defines different types of harassment, provides insight into the harmful effects of harassing behaviour, and offers ways companies can work towards prevention for a stronger, more efficient and happier workforce.

In helping workers know their rights when it comes to harassment, Better Work Indonesia has released a two-part video series on You Tube that will dramatize and visualize different types of behaviour that are unacceptable. Both videos are in Bahasa Indonesia:

1. Sexual harassment at workplace video

2. Bullying at workplace video

To learn more about our Guidelines for the Prevention of Workplace Harassment, please click the image below

Best regards,

The Better Work Indonesia team

This document is also available in: Bahasa Indonesia
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