Is this really what this world has come to mistaking a friendly
sexual harassment? Women who are starving for attention often
sexual harassment issues. It could be understood if this harassing
results in "quid pro quo," a "hostile working environment" or causing a
reduced salary. Essentially "quid pro quo" harassment involves making
conditions of employment (hiring, promotion, retention, etc.)
the victims providing sexual favors. As for hostile working
this is when the workplace is permeated with discriminatory
ridicule, and insult, that is sufficiently pervasive to alter the
of the victim's employment and create an abusive working environment.
for being made so unhappy that they are not able to function well in
job, this is just a personal, psychological problem.
When these employees sue a company, they are out to get two things,
and publicity. Most sexual harassment cases are inaccurate. This
depends on who the person is, ones upbringing and how ethical one is.
Charges can be brought against someone commenting on how a
looks that day. This has just gotten too out of hand. These comments
are made by fellow employees are most likely trying to make the
"victim" feel better about themselves or boost their self esteem. But
instead a man, or a woman for that matter, would be accused of sexual
harassment when they are just being polite and maybe a little
The typical American citizen would disagree entirely.
Many different studies have attempted to investigate the frequency
prevalence of sexual harassment. Surveys provide widely divergent
indicating that anywhere from 30 to 70 percent of women have
form of sexual harassment at some point in their... [continues]
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