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Commonly asked questions about sexual harassment in the workplace

Sexual harassment can come in many forms and isn't just between an employee and a boss. Harassment can occur between any two individuals who work in the same office. If one employee is threatening or harassing another, he or she may be breaking the law, according to the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Harassment that is sexual in nature includes requests for sexual favors, physical or verbal harassment that is sexual in nature or unwelcome sexual advances. Many incidents go unreported because individuals fear for their jobs or aren't sure if their situation constitutes sexual harassment.

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