Compliments about a new outfit
Repeated unwanted sexual flirtations
Social interaction that includes off-hand comments
Encouraging co-workers to vote during local or national elections
No, MTSI employees can only report harassment against fellow MTSI employees, supervisors, and managers.
Yes, all third party members are subject to the same anti-harassment laws as MTSI employees.
Sexual harassment can create a hostile work environment
Essential business-related communications between employees and customers can suffer.
Harassment adds a large degree of tension in the work place.
All of the above.
Tell the person(s) harassing you that their behavior is offensive and must stop immediately and report the offense to your supervisor and/or Human Resources Director
Immediately file the correct complaint forms
Nothing, especially if it is a first-time offense and hope the problem resolves itself
Every employee has the responsibility to create policies and maintain a work environment that is free from all forms of harassment.
Supervisors and Managers
Only those that feel they have been harassed
Only Supervisors and Managers
Anyone that has witnessed what they believe is harassment