Most employees have heard the term "sexual harassment". But many of them do not know exactly what it means. More importantly, they may not be aware that some of the things they do might be considered sexual harassment. When people think about sexual harassment they often picture a male supervisor cornering a female employee to make unwanted sexual advances. While most reported cases do involve females being harassed by males, people of both genders, of any age and of any sexual orientation, can be victims.
MARCOM's Preventing Sexual Harassment for Employees discusses various forms of sexual harassment, explains how to avoid inadvertently sexually harassing someone and reviews the procedures employees should follow if they feel that they or a coworker are being sexually harassed.
Topics covered in Preventing Sexual Harassment for Employees include:
Languages: English, Spanish
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