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State agencies may have different policies, so be sure to investigate those further.Make sure to file your claim before any federal or state statutes of limitation expire.
Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) defines workplace sexual harassment as unwelcome sexual advances or conduct of a sexual nature which unreasonably interferes with the performance of a person's job or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment.No matter what, you should document everything (each instance of harassment, what actions were take by superiors, etc.), as it will only add to the strength of your case.Personally Inform the Harasser His Actions Are Offensive While this is the most difficult act for victims of harassment, it is ultimately the most effective method of ending the behavior.Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.While Title VII is the base level for sexual harassment claims, states have sexual harassment laws which may be even more strict. This article will outline the two types of workplace sexual harassment, employer liability, and strategies and procedures to put an end to the behavior.
Human Resources and Supervisors If there is no lessening of the harassment after personal appeals to stop, then escalate your complaint to the next level.