Malta - Workplace harassment: more workers come forward - April 30, 2018

Due to a change in trade union policy creating a greater awareness on offline and online workplace harassment, more victims are coming forward. Since 2016 police have seen an increase in reports on workplace harassment. The Minister of Equality spoke about the issue at a conference organised by the General Workers’ Union and stressed that more than laws and enforcements were needed and that it is key to create more public consciousness on the problem.

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