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Sexual Harassment: What Employees Need To Know – New York Version – SS2018AE-NY (29 min.)

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In order for behavior to be considered sexual harassment, it must be unwelcome to the victim.
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If a sexual advance is first rejected by an individual, but the victim later submits out of fear for their job, the harassment is not illegal.
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“Quid Pro Quo” is Latin for:
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If comment is not explicit or is hidden in innuendo, it can’t be considered sexual harassment.
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Which of the following can be considered types of Hostile Work Environment sexual harassment?
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What percentage of women have reported being sexually harassed in the workplace?
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Sexual harassment is perhaps the most destructive form of discrimination.
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Occasional teasing or simple rudeness is not sexual harassment.
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To be considered sexual harassment, the behavior must be committed by a co- worker or boss.
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Who is responsible for reporting claims of sexual harassment?
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Sexual Harassment is always easy to define.
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Not dealing with sexual harassment can undermine the success and morale of any organization.
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The longer Sexual Harassment is allowed to go on, the easier it is to fix.
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Being a victim of harassment can cause physical and psychological health problems.
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Sexual Harassment may have a negative effect on workplace morale, but it's not technically illegal.
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Sending an offensive picture via text message can be considered sexual harassment.
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Different people have different levels of sensitivity about sexual issues.
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What is offensive to one person, is offensive to everyone.
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What are some ways that sexual harassment can affect YOU in the workplace, even if you are not the direct victim of the harassment?
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What steps can you take if you are the witness to Sexual Harassment?
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If you believe you are a victim of Sexual Harassment, what should you do?
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In your opinion, why is Sexual Harassment bad and how does it affect your workplace?