Legal obligations surrounding sexual harassment in the workplace across Latin America

Companies must ensure they are compliant with new regulations and legislation.

Companies must ensure they are compliant with new regulations and legislation. (Credit: istock.com/erhui1979)

Sexual harassment in the workplace has once again hit the spotlight, reconfirming that it is clearly an ongoing global issue. Private practice lawyers from across Latin America provide an overview of the legal obligations for companies dealing with sexual harassment across the region.

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