Test Your IQ: Workplace Sexual Harassment Quiz

True or false: terms of endearment may be considered verbal sexual harassment. Are you confident in your ability to answer these harassment questions?

Posted by Katie Yahnke in on October 18th, 2017

When faced with a sexual harassment complaint, would you know what to do? Would you have the means to detect, respond to and prevent future sexual harassment cases?

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Sexual harassment in the workplace is a high-risk area for companies, yet high-quality training for this type of harassment is often lacking.

Implement the use of Sexual Harassment Complaint Forms in your company to give employees the protection and support they deserve.

It seems like every other day there’s a new sexual harassment case in the news. You know the tale: a young, entry-level employee comes forward with an account of a powerful person in the company making inappropriate verbal comments or unwanted physical advances.

When sexual harassment examples like these become public, they feed the stereotypes about sexual harassment, the culprits and the victims. And while awareness is important, it can become difficult to detect sexual harassment in the workplace if you’re only recognizing stereotypical cases.


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Katie Yahnke
Katie Yahnke

Marketing Writer

Katie is the marketing writer at i-Sight. She writes on topics that range from fraud, corporate security and workplace investigations to corporate culture, ethics and compliance.