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  • Of course I have also experienced the typical “everyday” form of sexual harrassment. Work colleagues slapping my bum, groping my boobs, nagging me to have sex with them. Men on the streets wolf-whistling or beeping their horn at me. Men in bars/clubs who grope my bum as they walk past me. It’s all too familiar for us girls. But it shouldn.
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  • Dec 15,  · A recent nationwide EEOC report found that about 85 percent of people who experienced workplace harassment—sexual or otherwise—never file a legal claim, and nearly 70 percent don’t even tell.
  • (Sexual harassment is considered discrimination by the EEOC, so sexual harassment victims should file discrimination complaints.) Check the EEOC’s website to find your state’s deadline. Caution: Making an internal complaint or report to your employer, or filing a grievance with your union, does not extend the deadline to file a complaint.
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  • Oct 23,  · Name the behavior and state that it is wrong. For example say, “Do not whistle at me, that is harassment,” or “Do not touch my butt, that is sexual harassment.” Tell them exactly what you want. Say, for example, “move away from me,” “stop touching me.
  • Is it still considered sexual harassment if the actions, words, looks, or gestures are without any mal intent or pressure? And how does sexual harassment work with clients? I mean, we’re taught to build rapport with clients, to charm them, use our skills to woo them into the comfort of working with us and giving us their business.
  • Aug 01,  · (Watch in HD p) Hey Nayy-Bae's! Today's video is a story time about Sexual harassment in the work place. This subject matter is very serious and has to be addressed.
  • Jun 25,  · Sexual harassment falls under Title VII, which is a law against sexual discrimination in the workplace. It occurs when someone engages in unwelcome sexual conduct in the workplace that affects you, your job, the work environment, as well as others in .