Relationship of female’s demographic characteristics with experience of sexual harassment at banks in Lahore, Pakistan
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Keywords

Sexual Harassment
Demographics
Pakistan

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Nauman, B. (2019). Relationship of female’s demographic characteristics with experience of sexual harassment at banks in Lahore, Pakistan. Journal of Research in Psychology, 1(1), 12-15. Retrieved from http://readersinsight.net/jrp/article/view/520

Abstract

Sexual harassment is an issue of great concern for organizations worldwide due to its negative consequences both on victims of harassment and organizations collectively.  This article discussed the role of various demographic variables including age, marital status and nature of organization (private/public) in relation to sexual harassment experience of female employees. Data is collected from 250 females’ employees in various banks situation at Lahore, Pakistan using three stage sampling technique. Respondents were asked about their sexual harassment experiences. One way ANOVA is used for more than one factors and t-test is used for only two factors for data analysis. Age and marital status are the most significant predictors for determining the level of sexual harassment experiences at workplace in Pakistan’s context.

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