What constitues harrasment at workplace?
Modified on: Sun, 26 Apr, 2015 at 1:01 PM
- Personally offensive/loaded comments, written or oral; sexually
colored/double meaning remarks/jokes, vulgar language, epithet, advances or
Verbal/non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature; teasing about a
person's private life; unwelcome comments about an individual's body
Offensive hand or body gestures; lurid stares
Unwelcome invitation/s, telephone calls or emails at office or at
Unwelcome physical contact and/or advances such as patting,
pinching, whistling, touching, brushing against the body or putting an arm
around another person etc.; molestation
The display of sexually-suggestive objects/pictures/posters/cartoons
or pornographic material
Asking questions about sexual conduct
Demanding sexual favors in exchange for favorable reviews/assignments/promotions/continued employment
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