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The Manager's Pocket Guide to Preventing Sexual Harassment by Terry L. Fitzwater

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YOUR QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

All employees should have an idea about what to do if they feel they have been harassed. Here is something to consider for your policy manual; it is also suitable for posting on bulletin boards and for use in any harassment training seminar.

What You Should Know

Q. There seem to be so many definitions for harassment How do I know if I have been harassed, with all of these definitions?

A. If something has made you feel uncomfortable, tell your supervisor or report it to someone in the Human Resources department. This not only surfaces the issue so we can deal with it, but it also allows for prompt resolution if there is an issue.

Q. Is there a one best way to stop harassment?

A. Yes. Tell the person to stop. Explain that ...

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