Sexual harassment can take many different forms including (but not limited too) suggestive comments or jokes, sending sexually explicit emails (obscene communications), displaying screen savers of sexually implicit nature to unwelcome touching, taunts of a sexual nature, intrusive questions or about your private life and physical and/or sexual assault.
I am currently working on some policies and procedures for an organisation that want to make a clear statement about their zero tolerance stance sexual harassment. They want to ensure that they portray a tough stance based on the law, but also with a contemporary vision that represents the values of society and moral compass.
I would love to hear your thoughts of when you feel that a conversation and/or actions cross the line and someone’s actions becomes unacceptable behaviour to you and/or your organisation. I look forward to hearing your feedback below.
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