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Conduct or comments that have the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with the employee’s work performance is an example of what type of harassment?
2. Quid pro quo harassment means which of the following?
3. If the employee submits to the requests for sexual favors, they have no rights to file a sexual harassment complaint.
4. There are certain situations (i.e. hearsay; denial by the rumored victim) where the supervisor is not required to investigate.
5. Sexual harassment can only occur in the workplace during working hours.
6. Nationwide, less than 2% of all sexual harassment claims are filed by men.
7. Employees have to quit or be fired before they can file a claim of harassment against the company.
8. When investigating a claim of sexual harassment, the legislature and courts have recommended that the employer interview:
9. Employees that gather around the water cooler to tell dirty jokes and discuss sexual exploits, salacious celebrity gossip or last night’s rerun of Sex and the City may generate a sexual harassment claim.
10. Which of the following comments can be considered sexual harassment?
11. In order to file a claim for a “hostile environment” sexual harassment, a worker must demonstrate that the harassment caused them to suffer serious psychological injury.
12. Marcy’s boss Bob often approaches her workstation and tells her sexually explicit jokes. Marcy does not personally consider Bob’s conduct offensive, but other “reasonable” women certainly would. Can Marcy state a claim for sexual harassment?
13. Carla works with Marcy and Bob and sits in the workstation next to Marcy. Although Bob directs his conversation to Marcy, Carla can easily overhear the sexually explicit jokes. She finds them offensive and becomes uncomfortable whenever she sees Bob approach Marcy’s desk. Carla has asked Bob to stop, but he has ignored her request. Can Carla state a claim for sexual harassment?
14. Bob, who owns a small printing company is sued by his former receptionist Tina, who claims she was harassed by a fellow employee. Bob knew nothing about this before the lawsuit was filed. Can Bob’s company be held liable for any damages awarded to Tina?
15. A harasser can be which of the following?
16. Conduct considered to be sexual harassment can come in which of the following forms?
17. The average sexual harassment verdict in the United States is between: