By Deborah O’Rell
Learn what constitutes sexual harassment, what you should do to stop it, how to report it, and how to protect your rights in the event of backlash in the workplace.
Sexual harassment can include unwanted sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and verbal, physical, or visual harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment is a form of sex (or gender) discrimination, just as pregnancy discrimination and gender pay disparity is a form of sex discrimination, too. Sexual harassment can not only be perpetrated by a coworker or supervisor, it also extends to non-employees such as customers or clients associated with your workplace.
By downloading the document for free, you will learn about what you can do if you are being sexually harassed at work; if you should file a complaint with the company; what should be reported in a sexual harassment complaint, how employers should handle your sexual harassment complaint; if a company is liable if you are harassed by a customer or client; what you can do if your employer retaliates against you for filing a sexual harassment complaint; or if you are unsure of the next move.