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Can I be Fired for Complaining About Sexual Harassment?

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was created to prevent discrimination in the workplace based on race, sex, color, national origin, or religion. However, that does not mean that discrimination is not a common issue, or that sexual harassment does not tak… Read More
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Can men be sexually harassed?

The typical sexual harassment case involves a man demanding sexual favors from a female subordinate. But what happens if a male or female manager makes sexual demands of a male subordinate? Can the male victim bring a lawsuit? The answer is that it i… Read More
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How do I file Sexual Harassment Charges?

There are four different ways to file charges of sexual harassment against someone who is forcing you to engage in sexual communication or contact at work. You can file in internal complaint with your company, you can file an administrative complaint… Read More
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Does Sexual Harassment have to be at Work?

Many people are familiar with the basic concepts of sexual harassment as it occurs in the workplace. What you may not know, however, is that you can still be a victim of work-related sexual harassment even if you’re not at the office or your usual… Read More
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Can Sexual Harassment be Verbal?

Some people think that your employer has to touch you in order for you to be a victim of sexual harassment, but this is not correct. You have the legal right to be free from verbal sexual communication as well as physical contact, and if you receive… Read More
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5 Textbook Scenarios of Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment can take on many different forms. Below is a list of five common types of sexual harassment. 1. Verbal comment or gesture Verbal comments or gestures from an employer to an employee are prohibited where the unwelcome or unwanted com… Read More
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Handling Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Although Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act made gender discrimination in the workplace illegal as of 1964, sexual harassment still unfortunately occurs with alarming regularity. Sexual harassment in the workplace is discrimination and cannot be… Read More
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What is Sexual Harassment in the Workplace?

Although Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act made sexual harassment in the workplace illegal as of 1964, it still unfortunately occurs with alarming regularity. Some forms of sexual harassment may also be criminal offenses. Unfortunately few law e… Read More
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