Navigating sexual harassment at work.
A guide to support freelancers and individuals
This guide has been produced to help those experiencing or witnessing
sexual harassment in the workplace to navigate their options and minimise
the negative impact harassment can have on their personal wellbeing.
It has been shaped by the Harassment in the Performing Arts Working Group,
a short-term, independent Working Group convened by the Federation of
Scottish Theatre (FST). Many individuals took part in focus groups to inform the
content of the guide. It is underpinned by what they told us, by other research
and current legal advice. Everyone who contributed to its development is an
experienced professional freelance worker or employee in the performing
arts, coming from a range of different backgrounds. Our shared vision is to end
sexual harassment in the industry
Tackling sexual harassment at work
An action guide for theatre companies and arts organisations
This guide has been produced to help those responsible for responding to
complaints of sexual harassment, to respond in a way which will minimise
the negative impact harassment can have on the personal wellbeing of
anyone experiencing harassment.
Even though the guide is designed specifically with sexual harassment in mind,
it has been created with an intersectional approach and a lot of the guidance
offered can be applied to other forms of harassment people experience at work.