Sexual Harassment in the Hospitality, Gaming, and Airline Sectors in Canada

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This project examines workers’ experiences of sexual harassment and violence, focusing on three sectors: hospitality, gaming, and airline service.

  • What actions are taken to prevent and respond to sexual harassment and violence at work?
  • How can workers be supported?
  • What does the public need to know to do their part to prevent sexual harassment and violence?

We want to hear from everyone: workers, health and safety representatives, union representatives, and leaders.
The project is a collaboration between the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children at Western University and Unifor.  

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We invite you to complete a survey that asks a series of questions about sexual harassment and violence in the workplace. Your participation is voluntary, confidential and anonymous.

If you are 18 years of age or older and have been employed in the past 2 years, you are eligible to participate. The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.

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Researchers:

Barb MacQuarrie

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Barb MacQuarrie is the Community Director of the Centre for Research and Education on Violence against Women & Children in the Faculty of Education at the Western University. She develops and promotes evidence-based education and prevention initiatives involving both community-based and university-based partners. She has co-authored publications and produced videos and online trainings on gendered workplace violence and harassment, domestic violence risk assessment and management, sexual violence, violence in the lives of girls, and violence on college and university campuses. Barb is a recipient of the Order of Ontario, the province’s highest official honour, recognizing individual excellence and achievement.

Adriana Berlingieri

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Adriana Berlingieri, PhD is an organizational consultant, researcher, and educator/facilitator. Dr. Berlingieri’s professional and scholarly interests are centered on harassment and violence at work.  She has extensive professional experience in senior positions in the areas of learning and development within organizations in an array of sectors internationally. As an Academic Research Associate at the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children, at Western University, Dr. Berlingieri works with various multidisciplinary teams, union leaders and corporate representatives to conduct actionable research on workplace harassment and violence that shapes the development of prevention and intervention practices. She has presented her research at national and international conferences and has published in peer-reviewed journals.  Dr. Berlingieri teaches at the School of Administrative Studies, York University.

 

Jovana Sibalija

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Jovana is a PhD candidate in the Health and Rehabilitation Sciences program at Western University. Her research focuses on family caregiving. Specifically, Jovana is interested in understanding how caregivers of persons living with stroke access and receive support from the people in their social networks and how the receipt and provision of social support influences the caregiving experience. She holds an MSc in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and a BHSc in Health Sciences from Western University.

Luisa Henao B.A|BSW (YR 4)


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Luisa Henao is currently a fourth-year student at King’s University College, where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Social Work degree (BSW). With a Bachelors of Women's Studies (BA), Luisa has worked as a group facilitator in the Partner Assault Response Program for over 10 years. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, she intends to apply to graduate school to further her knowledge in Social Work.