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1. If a team member behaves in a sexual manner in front of ten people, and only one person is offended, that person can complain of sexual harassment.
2. Only a manager can sexually harass a team member.
3. A worker cannot sexually harass a manager.
4. You have to actually touch or say something to a team member in order to sexually harass that person.
5. If you’re talking to a friend on the phone about your sexual fantasies, and another team member overhears the conversation, that person can’t complain of sexual harassment because the comment was not directed at him or her.
6. A team member does not have to repeat an act of a sexual nature before it can constitute sexual harassment.
7. A manager can’t complain about sexual discrimination or harassment from a team member because a non-management person can’t threaten a person’s career.
8. An employer can be held responsible if a customer, vendor, or other non-employee sexually harasses a team member.
9. It’s all rights to hug people in your distribution center as you welcome them to your team if you have a standard practice of greeting new people in this manner.
10. It’s OK for women to tell dirty jokes on the job because they can’t offend most men.
11. A team member can accuse a co-worker of sexual harassment for staring at him or her.
12. Sexual harassment primarily impacts only those people involved in the claim; that is, the accused harasser and the victim.
13. Women must realize that sometimes sexual harassment just comes with the job and they must learn to tolerate it.
14. Before a person can complain of sexual harassment or discrimination, he/she must have lost some tangible job benefit.
15. Sexual harassment laws do not control team members’ social lives outside the work environment.
16. It isn’t sexual harassment if you don’t engage in language or physical conduct of a sexual nature or make actual sexual advances.
17. To sexually harass a person, you must have the intention of unreasonably interfering with that individual’s performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment.
18. The laws on sexual discrimination and harassment protect men as well as women.
19. The organization can be held liable for the actions of individual managers or team members with regard to sexual harassment.
20. If someone submits to sexual harassment and engages in a sexual act with someone from the work environment, he/she can’t complain about it afterward.