Vilket ansvar har arbetsgivaren för sexuella trakasserier på arbetsplatsen?
Sammanfattning: As the call for sexual harassment gained momentum, the spotlight was also turned to sexual harassment in the workplace. The thesis investigates the employer's responsibilities and obligations in its role as an employer. The work focuses on the provisions of the Discrimination Act and which EU legal provisions have been implemented in Swedish law. The employer's responsibility is quite large, even if there is a pitfall in the law that makes it somewhat unclear. The problem lies in where the line goes for the employer's responsibility. According to practice, the direct connection to the workplace is of great importance for the employer to be obliged to act. Both the EU and Swedish experts see the problem in that the knowledge regarding what actually constitutes sexual harassment looks different, which leads to the statistics being misleading because few report despite committing crimes. The employer's responsibility to ensure that sexual harassment does not occur in the workplace is great. Partly because he bears the responsibility in general for the workplace but also because no one should be discriminated against. Sexual harassment is discrimination and violates Swedish law. The European Commission and Swedish organizations that exist to investigate the work environment believe training in rights and obligations in the workplace. This can be a good start in getting rid of sexual harassment in Swedish workplaces.
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