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1 A Work Based Learning Center Presentation Brad Boyles

2 2  Objectives  Pre-Test  Introductions  Definition  Steps in Defining Sexual Harassment  Legality  Who Can Be Harassers/Harassed  Post-Test  Teen Sexual Harassment At Work  Questions

3 3Objectives  Understand the many forms of sexual harassment and the effects it can have on the workplace  Learn the legal definition of sexual harassment and how the issue is handled  Address unwelcome behavior and create a positive, supportive workplace

4 4Pre-Test  Where can sexual harassment occur? A. School B. Workplace C. Public D. All of the above  Sexual harassment can include all of the following EXCEPT: A. Unwelcome touching B. Staring or leering C. Suggestive comments or jokes D. Encouraging good work  Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of: A B C D. 1984

5  Sexual harassment happens in the workplace.  It happens in schools.  It might have happened to you. 5 What is sexual harassment?

6  A boy bumps into a girl and then brushes against her front, but it seems to be deliberate because he’s done it to her before. She reacts sharply and pushes him away. He laughs and says, “It was only an accident!” 6 Is this behavior sexual harassment?

7  A boy and girl are hugging each other. She laughs and tells him that he’s only after one thing. He laughs, pulls her closer and kisses her. It is clear that they like each other. 7 Is this behavior sexual harassment?

8  A girl approaches a group of girls. They turn away and ignore her, and exclude her from their group, saying “We don’t want a lezzo like you with us.” 8 Is this behavior sexual harassment?

9 9 Situation four…  A group of students graffiti comments in the boys’ toilet about another girl and her sexual experiences. Is this behavior sexual harassment?

10  You have been trying to avoid contact with the assistant manager at work because he keeps asking you to go out on a date with him. Today, he cornered you and told you that he would not recommend you for a raise until you go out with him. 10 Is this behavior sexual harassment?

11 11 Sexual harassment is any unwelcome sexual behavior which makes a person feel offended, humiliated or intimidated. Definition…

12  Unwelcome touching  Staring or leering  Suggestive comments or jokes  Sexually explicit pictures, posters, screensavers, calendars 12

13  Unwanted invitations to date  Requests for sex  Intrusive questions  Insults, name-calling or taunts based on sex  Derogatory graffiti  Sexually explicit s or text messages 13

14 14 Still unsure? Apply these steps.

15  Sexual harassment is a form of bullying  Degrading comments hurt others  Using insults is a way of exerting power over another person  People have the right to feel safe in school and at work 15

16 16 Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of Sexual Harassment is illegal.

17 17 Unwelcome sexual behavior is considered harassment when …  it interferes with an individual’s work performance  it creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment  rejection of this conduct affects an individuals employment

18  Women or men  The same sex as the harasser  Anyone affected by the offensive conduct 18

19  Male or female  Young or old  Your classmates or co-workers  Your supervisor or boss 19

20  may occur without economic injury to or discharge of the victim 20 The harasser’s conduct must be unwelcome.

21  Help create school and work places free from harassment  Make people aware by confronting offensive behavior  Get help from a teacher, friend, principal or supervisor  Contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) 21

22  A boy bumps into a girl and then brushes against her front, but it seems to be deliberate because he’s done it to her before. She reacts sharply and pushes him away. He laughs and says, “It was only an accident!” 22 Is this behavior sexual harassment? YES

23  A boy and girl are hugging each other. She laughs and tells him that he’s only after one thing. He laughs, pulls her closer and kisses her. It is clear that they like each other. 23 Is this behavior sexual harassment? NO

24  A girl approaches a group of girls. They turn away and ignore her, and exclude her from their group, saying “We don’t want a lezzo like you with us.” 24 Is this behavior sexual harassment? YES

25 25 Situation four…  A group of students graffiti comments in the boys’ toilet about another girl and her sexual experiences. Is this behavior sexual harassment? YES

26  You have been trying to avoid contact with the assistant manager at work because he keeps asking you to go out on a date with him. Today, he cornered you and told you that he would not recommend you for a raise until you go out with him. 26 Is this behavior sexual harassment? YES

27 27Post-Test  Where can sexual harassment occur? D. All of the above  Sexual harassment can include all of the following EXCEPT: D. Encouraging good work  Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of: B.1964

28 28 Teen Sexual Harassment at Work

29 29 You may learn more about this topic at the following websites:    it4/teaching.html it4/teaching.html  NVHh4 NVHh4

30 30 Sexual Harassment Brochure Project  Using Publisher, you and a partner will design a brochure an employer could use to provide basic information about sexual harassment.  Use information from this PowerPoint and further information from the internet.  In the brochure you must provide: Definition of sexual harassment Steps in Determining Sexual Harassment Appropriate laws Who Can Be Victims Who can Be Harassers What To Do If You’re Being Harassed

31 31 Grading Rubric Definition of sexual harassment10 pts Steps in Determining Sexual Harassment10 pts Appropriate laws10 pts Who Can Be Victims10 pts Who can Be Harassers10 pts What To Do If You’re Being Harassed10 pts Design of Brochure (3 panel)10 pts Include Employer Information10 pts Group Evaluation20 pts 100 pts


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