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Monday October 20th 2014



National Sexual Harassment Registry

eBossWatch National Sexual Harassment RegistryThe eBossWatch National Sexual Harassment Registry is a database and search tool that enables people to conduct searches to obtain publicly available information about people who have been accused of sexual harassment in the workplace.

According to a recent SHRM survey, 64% of respondents said that sexual harassment complaints have been filed by employees at their organizations during the past two years.

The eBossWatch National Sexual Harassment Registry sends a strong message to those intending to sexually harass their employees or coworkers that they will be publicly held accountable and will suffer serious consequences for their abusive actions.

The eBossWatch National Sexual Harassment Registry was inspired by the FBI’s National Sex Offender Registry, which tracks and provides information about registered sex offenders.  

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Note: Only a very small percentage of sexual harassment complaints end up in court as most cases are settled before they go to trial. Because of this, the eBossWatch National Sexual Harassment Registry includes information on various types of sexual harassment complaints that have been filed, including those that have gone to trial, those that have been settled out of court, and those that have not yet been resolved. Therefore, not all of the people listed in the eBosswatch registry have been found by a jury to have committed sexual harassment.

Please read our FAQs for more information about the National Sexual Harassment Registry. 
National Sexual Harassment Registry
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