Sexual harassment is the sexualization of an otherwise nonsexual relationship. Two forms of harassment have been defined by the EEOC Policy Guidelines on Current Issues of Sexual Harassment: 1) quid pro quo harassment, in which submission to such conduct is a term or condition of an individual’s employment or the rejection of such conduct affects the individual’s employment decisions; and 2) environmental harassment, in which the conduct unreasonably interferes with a person’s work or creates a hostile, intimidating, and offensive work environment (EEOC guidelines). Sexual harassment is not about sex, it is a tool of power and domination.
- Sexual Violence and the Workplace: General Information and Statistics (NSVRC)
- Workplaces Respond as a great collection of resources on this topic (including ready-made trainings, model policies, etc).
- Workplace sexual harassment tools for individuals and organizations – CCASA
- Federal Employment Discrimination Protections for Workers who Experience Sexual Assault or Stalking (WCASA, 2016)
- Workplace Sexual Harassment and Misconduct Consulting - Raliance
- #CheckYourWorkplace Campaign - Futures Without Violence
- 100 School Districts: A Call to Action for School Districts Across the Country to Address Sexual Harassment Through Inclusive Policies and Practices - A resource from the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) and Girls for Gender Equity (GGE) for students, educators, and community members on preventing and responding to sexual harassment in schools.