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  • Social Media and Workplace Sexual Harassment
    Social Media and Workplace Sexual Harassment

    While in many cases, “friending” your co-worker on social media is harmless, it can make it difficult to keep your personal and professional life separate. Not only may your privacy be compromised, ...

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  • Is Sexual Harassment a Crime in California?
    Is Sexual Harassment a Crime in California?

    Sexual harassment occurs in the workplace more often than you may think. While being sexually harassed at work violates the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 , and is a form of discrimination ...

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  • The Line Between Friendliness and Sexual Harassment
    The Line Between Friendliness and Sexual Harassment

    We spend eight hours or more in the workplace every day, so it’s only natural for us to develop in-office friendships with the people we spend our time around the most. From happy hours to holiday ...

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  • Is Sexual Harassment a Form of Discrimination?
    Is Sexual Harassment a Form of Discrimination?

    Unfortunately, sexual harassment in the workplace is not uncommon — and according to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, it is a form of discrimination that violates the Title VII of the ...

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  • Warning Signs of Sexual Harassment In the Workplace
    Warning Signs of Sexual Harassment In the Workplace

    Unfortunately, sexual harassment in the workplace still exists — even following the #MeToo movement and their attempt to put it to an end. While some forms of sexual harassment may be undeniable, ...

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  • Why Men are Less Likely to Report Sexual Harassment
    Why Men are Less Likely to Report Sexual Harassment

    While the #MeToo movement has created awareness about sexual harassment in the workplace, many are still hesitant to report it — especially men. Even though the nature of sexual harassment is serious, ...

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