Workers in low wage industries like retail and food service are also likely to become victims of retaliation for reporting harassment.
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Even though the Civil Rights Act provides a considerable degree of protection against online sexual harassment, more must be done.
Coworkers may harass each other at non-work settings such as planned company events or conventions.
The sooner a victim acts, the sooner they can free themselves from the shackles of oppression and fear at the workplace, and the easier it will be for them to provide evidence of the harassment occurring.
As soon as a person feels like their boundaries have been violated, they should report the incident to HR right away.
There are several laws that protect employees from being harassed in a sexual way when they are in the workplace.
Once a person is sexually harassed, it can be difficult to speak up just because of the nature and gravity of the crime.
Sexual harassment should never be taken lightly on either a social or legal level, and anyone with concerns in this category should act fast before matters escalate and even more damage is caused to the victims involved.
The victim can submit copies of electronic messages and communications, pictures, video surveillance, documentation, or ask their employer for assistance obtaining any of these items if necessary.
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