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If no one complains, then it’s not sexual harassment.
If my intentions were good (for example, I meant to compliment someone on how great they looked) there is no way my conduct could violate sexual harassment policy.
It cannot be sexual harassment if both parties are the same gender.
If someone is offended by my behavior in the break room, they should take his/her break somewhere else, or at another time, since I am not “working” while I’m on my break and I have a right to freedom of speech.
If most people find a comment amusing and inoffensive, then the one person who is offended does not have a right to complain about harassment.
Harassment based on sex can include making stereotypical remarks about someone’s gender.
Sexual harassment can only come from a boss or coworker.
Sexual harassment is prohibited by law and is also prohibited by my employer’s policy.
Sexual harassment includes unwelcome sexual advances or romantic interest, or other unwelcome conduct that may be verbal, visual, or physical.
It is unlawful, and a violation of the company’s policy, to retaliate against someone who resists unwelcome behavior, files a complaint about harassment or perceived harassment, or participates in an investigation.