SaveTweetSexual harassment--it's an ugly term in today's modern work world. Although it's well known to be an illegal practice, there's no doubt that it's still present in some workplaces.
If you're a victim of sexual harassment, then you may be confused or even scared of losing your job, so you may not know what to do. However, it's definitely illegal, and you should take steps to protect yourself by stopping it. Take charge and figure out what to do by learning about sexual harassment, including: what it is, how to deal with it at work, and how sexual harassment charges are filed.
harassment laws are the federal and state laws that prohibit unwelcome and
offensive sexual behavior that adversely affects a person's job. Sexual
behavior must be pervasive or severe to be... more
Any unwelcome behavior directed at you because of your gender or sexual preferences is sexual harassment. Often victims deny the incident, downplay it or question if it really... more
employee is accused of sexual harassment, he or she may be terminated. The
accused may be terminated at the employer's discretion even if the offense is
minor or the proof is insubstantial.... more
employee may make a sexual harassment charge when unwelcome, offensive sexual
behavior adversely affects his or her job. The employer is liable for the
charge if the employee reports the sexual... more