A sexual advance or conduct that is unwelcome and unacceptable to a man or woman
Expressing sexual desires towards a fellow employee.
Badgering a fellow employee of the opposite sex.
Coercing a subordinate to provide sexual favors as a condition of continued employment.
Unwanted requests for dates.
Use of language which one considers offensive.
When one member of the opposite sex complements the other on their appearance.
Use of sexual innuendo
The telling of "dirty" Jokes.
Threats or requests of a sexual nature.
A. Unwelcomed touching of a fellow employee.
Sexual assault and or rape.
Deliberately brushing up against someone.
Accidentally brushing up against someone.
Only if the employee is a subordinate.
Only if the person has expressed no interest and requested not to be asked again.
Asking someone for a date is part of everyday life and is never considered to be sexual harassment.
Because the employer can be held liable for sexual harassment claims made by one employee involving another employee.
It deteriorates morale and reduces job performance.
It could cost the company money in legal claims.
All the above
The use of the mail to send sexually explicit materials to another employee.
The use of the telephone to communicate sexually offensive requests or statements.
A federal offense where one employee uses the telephone or mall to communicate something of a sexual nature to another employee who considers it offensive and unwelcome.
All of above.
Men should treat all women with the same respect they would want to be shown to their mother, daughter, or wife.
Women should treat all women with the same respect they would want to be shown to their father, son, or husband.
Everyone should treat everyone else with the same respect they expect others to show for themselves.
All the above
Nothing, sometimes this is all that is necessary to correct a situation.
The issue will probably not go away and should be "nipped in the bud" at the first opportunity one has to express themselves to the perpetrator.
This lack of attention to the situation can encourage the perpetrator to continue their behavior with other employees.
B and c.
It is always necessary to establish a critical point whereby the "victim" states their feeling about unwelcome advances or conduct.
It is always necessary to establish a critical point involving sexual harassment with the exception of circumstances where the perpetrator is a superior officer.
When the harassment is of a minor nature.
When the harassment experience has happened before.
Management needs to be supportive of anyone who has legitimately been a victim of sexual harassment.
Management should take sexual harassment seriously and set proper examples evidenced by conduct in their direct work environment.
Management can make sure the official policy on sexual harassment is evenly enforced, treating all employees fairly and equally.
All the above