The reason women do not report sexual harassment is their fear of retaliation from the harasser and her employer. This is particularly true when the harasser has a position of power within the organization.
Juries are made up mostly of people in the workplace. So they get it. Jurors often side with the victim in discrimination cases where there is evidence of retaliation for reporting sexual harassment and the organization did nothing to stop it.
There are two types of workplace harassment under federal law: sexual harassment and retaliatory harassment. This post focus on retaliation.