TEC's National Guard members should weigh in on workplace, gender relations

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  • By Master Sgt. Mike R. Smith
  • I.G. Brown Training and Education Center
The Defense Manpower Data Center and the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response officials here today encouraged maximum participation online in the 2015 Workplace and Gender Relations Survey.

Congress mandated the survey, among others that address health and readiness, said officials.

The survey is available between August 4 and Oct. 9, when all women in the National Guard and 25 percent of its men should receive information on where and how to take the survey. 

Officials said that the confidential survey assesses sexual harassment and the sexual assault climate.

It is the first time the National Guard separates from other Reserve components in the data breakdown, said officials.