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1. Most reports of workplace sexual harassment are claims of a "hostile environment."
2. There are NO actual laws protecting employees from sexual harassment, it’s all up to the employer.
3. When a boss or supervisor offers money or special benefits in exchange for something sexual, it is called "quid pro quo" harassment.
4. Crude sexual jokes, whistling at someone, and cat calls are all offensive but should NOT be considered sexual harassment.
5. When a client with dementia makes sexual comments, it is usually considered:
6. If you report sexual harassment to your supervisor, he or she has a responsibility to stop the problem and prevent it from happening again in the future.
7. The first thing you should do if you feel you are the victim of sexual harassment is file a formal complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
8. Sexual harassment is just part of the job of a healthcare worker.
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The most severe form of sexual harassment is harassment which includes touching, pinching or rubbing.