Bill aims to make it easier for harassers to be charged


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  • Tuesday, 11 Dec 2018

Yeoh: ‘Many victims face difficulties in proving that they face sexual harassment at the workplace.’ — Bernama

GEORGE TOWN: Bosses who are “skilled” in sexual harassment know how to take away their victims’ handphones after ordering them into a room so that their acts will not be recorded, said Deputy Women, Family and Community Develop­ment Minister Hannah Yeoh (pic).

In past cases, “hardcore and serial” harassers could be very clever in stopping their victims from getting proof of the harassment, she added.

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