SEXUAL HARASSMENT


The term “sexual harassment” may evoke the image of a woman being victimized by a male co-worker.  While this is a situation that is far too common for many women, “sexual harassment” in a legal sense covers much more illicit behavior.  

Men, as well as women, may be subjected to harassment based on their gender, by people of the same or different gender.  “Sexual harassment” can also include a personal relationship with a manager or superior, that carries over into work with negative consequences for the employee. 

If you think you are being subjected to any form of sexual harassment, then you should have your situation reviewed to see if it crosses the line into illegal conduct. 
 

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