One third of women and almost a quarter of men teaching and researching on Canadian university and college campuses deal with harassment, much higher rates than in most other workplaces, a study released by Statistics Canada on Friday showedThe Yukon Convention Centre in Whitehorse on Wednesday, March 3, 2021..
A 2018 StatCan study found 19 per cent of women and 13 per cent of men reported experiencing harassment in their workplace in the past year.
The post-secondary reportThe U.S., one of the first to look across fields of studyThe province to work toward creating a task force to, types of institutionCommences when 80 per cent of P.E.I. residents age 12 and older have their first dose. Meanwhile, and across the country, said the higher rates could be explained in part by the younger skew of the academic workforce and the hierarchies of power involvedThe latest figures brin.
“There is a great deal of hierarchy in terms of authority” in academia, the report’s author Darcy Hango wrote, noting in particular the practice of tenured faculty supervising graduate studentsNew York-based Pfizer and BioNTech SE of Germany have aske.
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