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As businesses take more aggressive steps to combat sexual harassment, a new report from Bloomberg reveals that some hotels are giving their housekeepers “panic buttons” they can press if they feel threatened by a guest.

Workers’ rights advocates have fought for more effective methods for hotel employees to report and protect themselves from inappropriate behavior from guests. They argue that the power dynamics and language barriers some hotel employees face make it difficult for them to report guests who make them uncomfortable.

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