Sexual Harassment Quiz

Sexual Harassment Quiz - UGBA 151 SEXUAL HARASSMENT QUIZ...

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UGBA 151 SEXUAL HARASSMENT QUIZ TRUE OR FALSE? 1. An employer will not be liable for sexual harassment committed by managers or supervisors as long as it is not aware of the conduct. 2. It is not unlawful harassment for a manager or supervisor to assign unfavorable work duties only to women. 3. To bring a lawsuit for sexual harassment, a victim does not need to show that he or she suffered a monetary or economic harm, such as being fired or demoted. 4. It is unlawful for a man to sexually harass another man because of his gender. 5. Quid pro quo sexual harassment (e.g., promising more favorable working conditions in return for sex) can be committed by managers, coworkers and even customers. 6. If an employee does not immediately complain about offensive behavior, the behavior is probably welcome and not harassment. 7. An employee who joins in with sex jokes or sexual banter in the workplace may be a victim of sexual harassment. 8.
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