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Sexual Harrassment Quid Pro Quo
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3) Implement formal and informal problem solving mechanisms, grievance procedures, investigative measures, and disciplinary procedures to resolve sexual harassment complaints.

4) at least once a year, conduct training sessions for employees. These sessions should teach employees what sexual harassment is, explain that employees have a right to a workplace free of sexual harassment and review your complaint procedure and encourage employees to use it.

5) at least once a year, conduct training sessions for supervisors and managers that are separate from the employee sessions. The sessions should educate the managers and supervisors about sexual harassment and explain how to deal with complaints.

6) Monitor your work environment by talking to employees and inspecting the workplace for offensive material

7) Take all complains seriously. Immediately investigate complains and respond to all valid threats.

8) Assess the work environment for sexual harassment awareness by surveying employees and union members.

9) Hire human…

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Preventing sexual harassment in the workplace. http://cobrands.business.findlaw.com/employment_employer/nolo/ency/7440C7F8-0B89-46E4-A1DE73FE99AA61E0.html

Sexual harassment prevention http://www.workplacesolutions.org/questions/harassment.cfm

Meeting the Challenge of Sexual
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Employees should be trained and educated about this issue. In case sexual harassment cases emerge, the H department must provide professional help and support for the victims. The complaints channel should be very well organized, and it should use both formal and informal methods for solving harassment cases (aymond, 2003).

A hostile environment, or a harassing one, is consisted of "unwelcome verbal or physical conduct based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or retaliation" (FCC, 2007). The law is very clear regarding this aspect, but individuals' perception varies in multiple ways. Individuals' perception regarding this subject should be the starting point for any anti-harassment strategy that should try to change these perceptions in order to prevent or at least diminish harassment cases.

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Sexual harassment (2007). Wiipedia, the free encyclopedia. etrieved May 10, 2007 at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexual_harassment#Sexual_harassment_in_the_workplace.

aymond, Neeta (2003). Sexual harassment at work. Combat…

Reference List

Sexual harassment (2007). Wiipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved May 10, 2007 at  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexual_harassment#Sexual_harassment_in_the_workplace .

Raymond, Neeta (2003). Sexual harassment at work. Combat Law. Vol. No2, Issue No.3. Retrieved May 10, 2007 at  http://www.indiatogether.org/combatlaw/vol2/issue3/harass.htm .

Workplace Harassment is a Form of Discrimination (2007). Federal Communications Commissions. Office of Workplace Diversity. Retrieved May 10, 2007 at  http://www.fcc.gov/owd/understanding-harassment.html .