"With the advent of social media, there is a much more casual relationship between coworkers and supervisors, and that absolutely creates more opportunity for people to cross the line between professional and unprofessional conduct," says David Lowe, a San Francisco employment lawyer.
Lowe represented Tinder's former marketing vice president Whitney Wolfe, who last year sued the dating app for sexual harassment.
Another 10 percent say their harasser was a female coworker.
(The results exceed 100 percent because some respondents had been harassed multiple times.)"It might be leers, gestures, or putting porn up on a computer.…There is an infinite variety of ways to make people feel uncomfortable," confirms Anne Vladeck, a New York employment and labor law attorney.
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