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harassment

See Sexual harassment.
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I believe if we are trying to eliminate harassment, men, especially from the younger generation, must also be part of the conversation and the discussion.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), which is the primary government body charged with enforcing federal laws against workplace discrimination, including harassment.
The Weinstein Company fires Harvey Weinstein amid allegations of sexual harassment, assault and rape (October 8, 2017).
Employers are vicariously liable for harassment committed by their employees in the course of employment.
Lawmakers in both chambers on Tuesday said they would look at how to improve the process for reporting sexual harassment at the Capitol.
In Pakistan, the harassment issue is no different from America.
Due to the high number of complaints, the initiative stated that sexual harassment was at its highest this year when compared to the past three years.
At the turn of the last century, women whose only means of support was waged labor had little choice but to take jobs where toleration of sexualized Harassment was part of the job (Morgan 2001).
New Delhi, Oct 11 ( ANI ): Women and Child Development Minister Krishna Tirath on Friday called upon society to come up and take collective initiatives for the successful implementation of the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013.
The figures are likely just as high for Lebanese women, the group's leader said, with complaints by women ranging from verbal harassment and catcalls to violent sexual assault.
Harassment faced by students in educational institutions is a universal problem.
Sexual harassment has long been recognized in Canada as a form of gender discrimination.