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Do You Really Understand Sexual Harassment?
Take the Quiz and Find Out

How's your knowledge of sexual harassment? Take this quiz and find out.

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1. Only physical acts by one employee against another are considered sexual harassment.

2. Failing to hire or promote someone because he/she will not date you is sexual harassment.

3. A victim or target of sexual harassment can go after the alleged harasser's personal assets as well as those of the agency/organization in question.

4. Dirty jokes, language and actions of a sexual nature, and asking a coworker repeatedly (after they said no) out for a date may be construed as sexual harassment.

5. A company with a sexual harassment prevention policy is protected from accusations and complaints of sexual harassment in the workplace.

6. Sexual harassment laws protect only women in the workplace.

7. The agency/organization does not have to worry about sexual harassment when it comes to the actions of a sexual nature by non-employees.

8. Requests for sexual favors constitute most sexual harassment incidents.

9. Most people don't truly understand sexual harassment federal laws and the impact they have on agencies/organizations in the United States.

10. Sexual harassment is inevitable regardless of what employers or their employees do to avoid it.

11. If I just ignore unwanted sexual attention, it will usually stop.

12. If I do not mean to sexually harass another employee, they should not perceive my actions as sexual harassment.

13. Some employees do not complain about unwanted sexual attention from a co-worker because they do not want to get that person in trouble.

14. If I make sexual comments to someone and he or she does not ask me to stop then I should assume that my behavior is probably acceptable.

15. A sexual harasser may be told by a court to pay part of a judgment to the employee that he or she harassed.

16. A sexually harassed man does not have the exact same legal rights as a woman who is sexually harassed.

17. About 90% of all sexual harassment in today's workplace is done by males to females.

18. Sexually suggestive pictures or objects in a workplace should not create a liability unless someone complains.

19. Telling someone to stop his or her unwanted sexual behavior usually doesn't do any good.

20. If there is a problem with sexual harassment in my department, I would probably hear about it.

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