We don't know which one. That figure does not include any unsubstantiated accusations where an investigation was unable to prove a sexual assault occurred, so an accurate figure for the total remains unknown. Other studies have figures in the same range. Both the Duke Lacrosse team case in and the alleged University of Virginia gang rape in were widely covered by the media. They were terrible miscarriages of justice - but they were not representative.
Here’s the truth about false accusations of sexual violence
Ep 45 - Dealing with False Sexual Harassment Allegations - Workology
Sexual harassment can cause a real problem at work. Sexual harassment comes not only in the form of quid pro quo If you sleep with me, you'll get the promotion , but in the form of inappropriate jokes, pornography on office computers, and touching someone who doesn't want to be touched, in a sexual or suggestive way. When an employee reports a claim of sexual harassment , the company is obligated to investigate. Normally that responsibility falls on the shoulders of the Human Resources department, but the investigation can be handled by an outside person, frequently an attorney, if the company doesn't have a dedicated HR department or person. Some companies will choose to bring in a consultant or an attorney, in any case, to investigate such a claim because of concerns about impartiality. This is also fairly standard if the accused is a senior manager because of the difficulty internal managers will have in doing a solid investigation.
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False sexual harassment claims
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Not exactly. If the accused is an employee at-will, his or her employer is free to terminate him or her for no reason or even a bad reason, so long as it is not a reason prohibited by law. Discharging an employee based on an accusation of sexual harassment is not unlawful, even if the accusation is not correct.