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Poll: Have you ever been the victim of a sexist joke at work?

A new study has found that four in five women have been targeted.

SEXISM IN THE workplace is still a problem for Irish people according to recent research.

The study by employment law consultancy Graphite HRM was carried out on 821 people.

It found that 79% of women had been the victims of sexist jokes in the workplace, while 61% of men said they find it uncomfortable when female colleagues make sexist jokes about them.

So today we’re asking: Have you ever been the victim of a sexist joke at work? 

Poll Results:

Yes  (3242)
No  (2285)

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