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Sexual Harassment on Men

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Women have long been the disproportionate victims of sexual harassment. That being said, a significant number of men have endured workplace sexual harassment. According to data from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), 19 percent of men have personally experienced some form of sexual harassment in the workplace. The…

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Sue Company for Sexual Harassment

By | Employment Law

No one should be subject to sexual harassment in the workplace. Unfortunately, it remains a significant issue. According to data from the Pew Research Center, nearly 60 percent of women and 30 percent of men reported that they have personally experienced sexual harassment while on the job. You may be…

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How Many Forms of Sexual Harassment Are There

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Sexual harassment is a type of sex discrimination, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and federal law. Sexual harassment occurs when someone makes unwanted sexual advances or requests sexual favors, says or does sexual things, or engages in sexually explicit physical activities. Such actions can be used to file…

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Is Verbal Sexual Harassment a Crime?

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Workplace sexual harassment is more common than you might think. There’s a strong possibility you know someone who has been subjected to workplace sexual harassment or have been a victim yourself, but you may not be aware of it. There are many different types of sexual harassment that can be…

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