Types of Sexual Harassment
What Does Sexual Harassment Look Like?
Sexual harassment can take many forms. Usually it is obvious and very uncomfortable. Sometimes, though, a person who cannot control sexual impulses engages in subtle actions or words that build into a hostile work environment over time.
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Types Of Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment comes in a variety of behaviors, some of which may be more subtle, but all of them are a violation of your rights, including:
- Dirty jokes and lewd language
- Sexual content posted on walls and computer screens
- Quid pro quo sexual harassment, such as a request for sexual favors in exchange for an employment benefit
- Sexual favoritism
- Leering, suggestive looks
- Inappropriate touching, unwelcome physical proximity
- Denied promotions because of your sex or sexual orientation
- Denied or reduced pay raises
- Unwelcome phone calls, emails and text messaging
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- Foul Language
- Inappropriate Touching
- Obscene Gestures
- Online and Social Media
- Porn on Screen
- Refusing Sexual Advances
- Sexual Advances
- Sexual Assault
- Sexual Jokes
- Sexual Notes or Emails
- Sexual Pictures
- Invasion of Privacy
Sexual harassment leads to a hostile work environment and often turns into retaliation if the victim reports it.