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Ending Sexual Harassment In Restaurants Means Changing Service Culture

The problem isn’t just in the kitchen In 2012, Hurricane Grill and Wings in Florida paid $200,000 to settle a sexual harassment suit. Generally this wouldn’t be notable; though 7 percent of women work in the restaurant industry, 37 percent of all sexual harassment claims made to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission involve restaurants. Yet at this Grill it wasn’t a manager or coworker doing the harassing, it was a customer.
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