Just the other day I was talking with one of my son's female friends. She's 19 and has held three jobs over the last three years. She told me she had to quit two of those jobs due to sexual advances made by her bosses! One kept trying to touch her and made sexual suggestions the other said very perverted things to her and tried to corner her several times.
I asked her why she didn't file charges, she said the first time (when she was 16) she really didn't know any better, she thought it was an isolated incident that would never happen again, quitting seemed like the easiest way to put it behind her.
In the next case she really needed the job so put up with it for awhile and then threatened the guy that her father and boyfriend both knew what he was doing (a lie) and were going to beat the crap out of him if he did it again. Not a mature response but, again, she was a teen and didn't want a "hassle".
It's been going on for years and women (or men) that are harassed like this need to speak up. I admit, when in my early 20's my boss hired me because of my looks *(he admitted this) and then continued to pursue me and threaten to fire me if I did not perform sexual acts - and I walked away! I was too embarrassed to tell anyone that I was dumb enough to let this guy hire me, I felt like it was "my fault" because he thought I was "one of those girls" that would do such a thing. (So common for someone who's been sexually abused in the past to blame themselves).
Here is an article that states this problem is widespread. I congratulate any young women/men who are brave enough to speak out and face the public with their story: