WHAT CONSTITUTES SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE?
Sexual harassment can include all types of conducts, such as asking for sexual favors, sexual touching, offensive language or posters.
Generally, the conduct must be so frequent or severe that it creates a hostile or offensive working environment or results in an adverse employment decision (such as a firing).
Sexual harassment law covers the actions of supervisors, coworkers, customers and vendors. Depending on the actions, or inaction, of you and your employees, you may be held liable.
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