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Hotels to add security devices, training to prevent harassment

Sexual harassment is something that no one should have to go through at work, whether you're working in an office, on location as a consultant or even as a dancer. There is no time when harassment is acceptable in a workplace.

Harassment in the workplace: Document everything

Despite the fact that Title VII is a federal law that prohibits discrimination, many women in the workplace still struggle with sexual harassment. If you are someone who deals with harassment on the job, know that there are steps you can take to report this treatment and get help.

Get help to stop sexual harassment in the workplace

Nothing is more damaging to a person in a work environment than feeling as if they don't matter or are constantly threatened as a result of their gender and what they look like. While there are many attractive people in the world, no one should have to suffer from sexual harassment simply for being handsome or beautiful. It's not fair to expect people to respond kindly to sexist remarks or commentary on their looks.

Yes, men can be victims of sexual harassment

Although women are often the ones who others describe as being harassed on the job, anyone can be exposed to sexual harassment. Men often face harassment, too. In 2013, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) reported that 17.6% of sexual harassment charges were filed by men.

California requires training to prevent sexual harassment

Did you know that California law requires that larger employers have sexual harassment training sessions regularly? Two hours of sexual harassment training are required every two years to any supervisory employees according to the rules of the Fair Employment and Housing Act.

What is considered to be sexual harassment in the workplace?

Sexual harassment is a problem in many workplaces across the United States, but it may be under-reported. People may choose not to report harassment because of fearing losing their jobs or being retaliated against, which would make doing their jobs much more difficult.

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