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Types of Sexual Harassment
Types of Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment can occur in different circumstances, not all involving physical contact. An example of verbal sexual harassment is a quid pro quo situation. Typically, when these situations occur, an employer is asking an employee for sex or other sexual favors in ...

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    Sexual harassment can occur in different circumstances, not all involving physical contact. An example of verbal sexual harassment is a quid pro quo situation. Typically, when these situations occur, ...

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  • Sexual Harassment can Occur in any Type of Workplace

    Workplace sexual harassment is a common occurrence that people often hear about or talk about. However, what often goes unanswered is, why these employees do not report this behavior to their employer ...

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    Offensive conduct need not be of a sexual nature to create a hostile work environment . Conduct which is hostile, but not sexual, that is directed at an employee because of his or her gender may be ...

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  • Verbal Harassment & Displays of Offensive Materials

    Example of Sexual Discrimination: Verbal Harassment Verbal harassment may consist of offensive sexual remarks or non-sexual remarks "of a (sexually) discriminatory nature," meaning that the statements ...

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