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Harassment describes a variety of repetitive behaviors that threaten, disturb, or upset someone. Harassment includes unwanted sexual advances and stalking.
If you've been a victim of unwanted sexual conduct at work, sexual harassment law provides you with several different ways to get the issue addressed.
Unwanted sexual contact in the workplace may constitute illegal sexual harassment, regardless of your gender or the gender of the harasser.
The legal definition of workplace harassment is very specific, but it still covers a wide variety of behaviors which employers can be held responsible for.
Harassment at work can be hard to deal with, but there are steps you can take to make it stop, including reporting it to your boss and the EEOC.
Harassment in the workplace can take many different forms, from derogatory jokes, to obscene gestures, to inappropriate or offensive pictures.
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Pregnancy discrimination in the workplace is an illegal form of gender discrimination. Learn what you can do if you're facing pregnancy-based discrimination.
Gender discrimination in the workplace is illegal under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and the Equal Pay Act. See how these laws may apply to your situation.
Federal and state anti-discrimination laws protect employees based on a variety of characteristics and conditions, ranging from religion to disability.
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