This video from the USA says about itself:
19 July 2016
Fox News‘ Megyn Kelly has reportedly claimed her boss at the network sexually harassed her. New York Magazine reports that Kelly told lawyers that Fox News Channel CEO Roger Ailes “made unwanted sexual advances” when she was a young correspondent. Gabriel Sherman, who wrote the New York Magazine article, told CNN Tuesday that Ailes has until “August 1 to resign quietly and amicably, otherwise, he could be terminated for cause after that. So, they have gone to him with this ultimatum.”
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Polish women have to provide sexual services in exchange for more work
Polish women who are temporarily working in the Netherlands are massively harassed sexually. They are put under pressure to provide sexual services to men in exchange for more work. The Foundation Fairwork, which fights against human trafficking, has, after notification of excesses, examined practices in the last two years in a meat processing plant. Director Sandra Claassen of Fairwork confirms reports about this in the AD daily.
Fairwork was approached by an agency to act as trustee for these women, after it had received complaints from employees. After further questioning work in a company where many young Polish women work, it was found that women did not get more than two days of work per week if they did not yield to pressure by foremen.
“It is difficult to make a living if you can only work two days a week around, so the men abused that. They said the women should do something in return if they wanted to work more days,” Claassen says the NOS Radio 1 news. …
Claassen gets on the hotline for migrant workers with problems at work many reports by Polish migrants. “We hear ever more often casually this sort of thing could be happening.” By questioning more Polish women in other workplaces, it became clear that the case was not an isolated one in one factory. …
In the Netherlands, some 80,000 Polish women work on temporary contracts. They are hired by agencies that regulate everything, not only work, but also housing and transportation. The women are afraid to be left empty-handed if they report the abuse.
Incidentally Claassen think that the abuses not only are of Polish women, but include foreign workers who have not been studied. Romanian and Bulgarian women are working in similar constructions.