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How to know if you have a sexual harassment case

Sexual harassment at work can be a very unpleasant experience, and one that can make employees feel ashamed or embarrassed. You may also feel as though by taking action, you are making a big deal out of nothing. But this is not the case. If you have been feeling uncomfortable at work due to a colleague's sexual advances, the chances are that you have a reason to make a sexual harassment claim.

Facing sexual harassment at work? Take these five steps

If you are forced to listen to demeaning, gender-based jokes, your supervisor is demanding sexual favors in exchange for a promotion, or you are suffering from any other type of sexual harassment at work, you may feel helpless. You may believe that there is nothing you can do to change the situation or put an end to the harassment.

The difference between office flirting and sexual harassment

Work in fast-paced office environments can often mean that you have close relationships with your colleagues. It may mean that as well as working together intensely, you also enjoy humor, some level of friendship and socializing together. In some situations, colleagues may flirt or act in a way that may make you uncertain of whether they have other intentions.

Uber executive stepping away amid harassment claims

Uber has been accused of allowing sexual harassment to occur in the workplace and creating a hostile work environment, and now the company's chief executive officer (CEO) is going to step away from his position -- at least for a time. He has a leadership team in place that will run things while he is gone, and he will return at an unspecified future date.

Victims are often blamed after sexual harassment or assault

You may have heard that people are sometimes nervous to speak up after a sexual assault or sexual harassment in the workplace. There are many potential reasons for this, such as fear of losing a job, but one big issue is that others may tend to blame the victim.

Should you leave your job if you're facing sexual harassment?

You're sexually harassed in the office. You find it infuriating and embarrassing, and your first instinct is just to get yourself as far from that situation as you can. Should you quit your job and look for another one with a better workplace environment?

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