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To determine the severity of an offense
To resolve a complaint at the lowest appropriate levelTo quickly resolve a complaintNone of the above
37 of 50What is “Red Zone” sexual harassment?
38 of 50What is “Yellow Zone” sexual harassment?
“Green Zone” behavior is a form of sexual harassment that is offensive.
40 of 50Under the IRS method, a recipient of sexual harassment may elect to resolve a complaint at what lowestpossible level?Commander’s or councilor’s levelCommander’s level onlyDirectly with the offending personCaptain’s Mast
41 of 50The Latin term “quid pro quo” relates to which of the following terms?
This for that42 of 50In terms of sexual harassment, which of the following may be considered as sexual in nature?
43 of 50Which of the following behaviors constitutes sexual harassment?
44 of 50When using the traffic light analogy to explain sexual harassment an example of green light behavior maybe?
45 of 50When using the traffic light analogy to explain sexual harassment, an example of a yellow light behaviormay be?
46 of 50When using the traffic light analogy to explain sexual harassment, an example of red light behavior maybe?
47 of 50Unwelcome behavior is characterized as behavior that?
48 of 50Sexual harassment is based on occurrences that involve only male to female incidents.
49 of 50When an unwelcome sexual behavior produces a work atmosphere that is offensive, intimidating orabusive to another person, this creates a form of sexual harassment known as?
50 of 50Individuals who believe they are being sexually harassed is based on their perceptions.
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Fall
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