At a moment when public attention to sexual harassment is at an all-time high, mostworkers say they’re still afraid to report misconduct because theyfear retaliation or inaction.

According to a survey of managers andtheir employees released Thursday, 11 percent of workers said theyexperienced harassment in the last year. Among them, three out offour didn’t report it to their managers. The most common form ofharassment was verbal, including sexual comments and unwantedadvances.

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