Employees who file sexual harassment complaints often face harsh outcomes, with 65 percent losing their jobs within a year, and 68 percent reporting some form of retaliation by their employer, according to new research from the UMass Amherst Center for Employment Equity. In their report featured in Wall Street Journal and Business West, "Employer's Responses to Sexual Harassment," co-authors 2018 PEP fellow, Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, and PEP Steering Committee member, M.V. Lee Badgett, along with another colleague analyzed over 46,000 harassment claims sent to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and state Fair Employment Practices Agencies from 2012-16. These cases represent only a small amount (0.2 percent) of the estimated 25.6 million experiences of sexual harassment in the workplace that occurred over this same five-year window. Read more here, here and here. Tomaskovic-Devey and colleague were also interviewed for a program on WGBY.