Policy Guidance on Current Issues of Sexual Harassment
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES - SEXUAL MISCONDUCT POLICY
Sexual harassment may culminate in a retaliatory discharge if a victim tells the harasser or her employer she will no longer submit to the harassment, and is then fired in retaliation for this protest. The harasser can be the victim's supervisor, a supervisor in another area, a co-worker, or someone who is not an employee of the employer, such as a client or customer. Sexual Misconduct Sexual Assault Sexual Exploitation Sexual Harassment. Reporting Sexual Misconduct, Sexual Assault, and Sexual Harassment. Immediate Actions by the University Retaliation False Complaints. Resources and Services for Students Confidential Advocacy and Support Campus Resources.
But while categorizing sexual harassment as "quid pro quo "hostile environment or both is useful analytically these distinctions should not limit the Commission's investigations, 4 which generally should consider all available evidence and testimony under all possibly applicable theories.
Sexual harassment policy and reporting procedures
See Section 1604.11 of the Guidelines on Discrimination Because of Sex, 29 C.F.R. 1604.11 Guidelines. The Commission has applied the Guidelines in its enforcement litigation, and many lower courts have relied on the Guidelines.
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