You Are Not Alone
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Civil Rights Act of 1991 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Define sexual harassment
Identify behaviors that may be considered sexual harassment
Identify the actions you must take immediately if you feel you have been a victim of sexual harassment
Describe the procedure to follow for reporting a sexual harassment incident
State the protections in place that protect you from retaliation by your employer or the harasser
This lesson teaches how to report an incident of sexual harassment and to empower victims and witnesses to report the incident through the reassurance that they are not alone, and they are protected by law from retaliation by their employer or the harasser.
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