Working women complain of ‘online’ sexual harassment
“During the lockdown, many women are worried about their job security so they are not sure if they should speak up or not. The women have the constant dilemma that they should not be looked upon as troublemakers,” Srivastava said.
She said work from home means there are going to be some disruptions and that one must respectfully accept but that is not happening and it is causing even more stress to women.
“Since we have never experienced absolute work from home before, women are always second-guessing if it was harassment, where does one draw the line, how does one define the body language as offensive or indecent? Male colleagues stalking them on social media or sending friend requests, commenting on their pictures when they are not even friends.