Abusive or intimidating behavior in the workplace

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State agencies may have different policies, so be sure to investigate those further.Make sure to file your claim before any federal or state statutes of limitation expire.

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Types of Sexual Harassment Under Title VII there are two recognized types of sexual harassment -- 1) quid pro quo and 2) hostile work environment.

Under the quid pro quo form of harassment, a person in authority, usually a supervisor, demands that subordinates tolerate sexual harassment as a condition of getting or keeping a job or job benefit, including promotions and raises.

Human Resources and Supervisors If there is no lessening of the harassment after personal appeals to stop, then escalate your complaint to the next level.

Be sure to follow all company protocols dealing with sexual harassment (and document everything to show that you took every action the company recommended).

At each step, if you don't get the proper response from management, continue escalating the complaint up the chain of command.

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