...a recent survey in The Upshot column of the New York Times reported. The piece, "We Asked 615 Men About How They Conduct Themselves at Work," gathered insights into not just how men behave in the workplace, but information about how they perceive their actions and what drives harassing behavior. Not surprisingly, workplace cultures - both good and bad- affect workers' behaviors.
"A major difference between those who harass and those who don’t is the culture at their workplace. Behaviors associated with harassment are especially prevalent among men who say their company does not have guidelines against harassment, hotlines to report it or punishment for perpetrators, or who say their managers don’t care."
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