The study also showed that 12% had received threats of termination if they did no comply with the requests of the sexual harassers ("Statistics | AWARE | Workplace Sexual Harassment", n.d.). Quid pro quo, which means “this or that” in Latin, is used to describe an exchange that is given, often times in terms of goods and/or services. In sexual harassment, this is illustrated as a connection that ... ... middle of paper ... ...rom occurring in their workplace location. The only way that we can stop these types of behaviors from occurring is by becoming knowledgeable about the topic and making sure everyone is also aware of the topic and the preventative measures that are available. Sexual harassment in the workplace may always be a problem but by working together with those who work around you, we can lower the chances of it happening in your particular workplace.
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Sexual harassment arises from unsolicited physical, verbal, and non-verbal behavior of a sexual nature hindering one’s work performance or generating an a... ... middle of paper ... ...nation requires vigilance of both time and personnel to provide awareness, training and zero tolerance policies for effectively eliminating workplace harassment. Take a stand now to help provide a harassment free workplace environment. Works Cited Facts About Sexual Harassment. (2002, June 27). Retrieved November 11, 2011, from U.S.
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The step includes gathering the evidences, find potential witness to sexual harassment and interview the accused employee. The first step of investigation is gathering the evidences. In this step, Chuck is required to set an interview session with Sally the victim of sexual harassment. During the interview session, he must not force Sally to give evidence of the occurrence sexual harassment as this will give more pressure to her. Instead, he must calmly ask her if she have any related information that can be proof of the sexual harassment.
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8. Give the main legal reason why every company should have a valid written policy against sexual harassment (besides the fact it is the "right" thing to do.) 1. Define sexual harassment as the term is used legally. According to legal dictionary (2013), sexual harassment refers to any form of unwelcome sexual behavior or advances, appeals for sexual errands, and other form of physical or verbal conduct or behavior that portrays sex nature and tends to make the working environment offensive or hostile.