In Fiscal Year 2007, EEOC received 12,510 charges of sexual harassment. 16.0% of those charges were filed by males. EEOC resolved 11,592 sexual harassment charges in FY 2007 and recovered $49.9 million in monetary benefits for charging parties and other aggrieved individuals (not including monetary benefits obtained through litigation). Sexual harassment is a workplace issue that if properly handled can be of little consequence to you and your company. You play a vital role in preventing sexual harassment from occurring at your company. Not handled properly, sexual harassment can take a toll on the victim, their family, friends, coworkers and your company.
This 16 page booklet is an excellent resource to compliment our training program, and addresses the following areas:
Defining Sexual Harassment
Potential Victims and Harassers
Inappropriate Workplace Behaviors
Preventing Sexual Harassment at Work
What to do if it occurs