Sexual harassment has different meanings in different countries, as we discovered in a survey that we recently carried out, covering nearly 50 Ius Laboris countries. Employers operating in different jurisdictions need to take note of these differences when implementing cross-border initiatives. Our survey showed that in some countries, the behaviour of the harasser does not have to be of sexual nature for it to be sexual harassment. It simply has to have a sexual connotation and be unwanted. To read more about legal definition of sexual harassment around the world, take a look at the table below.