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Published on April 2, 2018

What Changes Do You See in Tackling Sexual Harassment?

Cosby’s main accuser to testify in sexual assault case

All but Constand’s case were too old to be prosecuted, and Cosby’s first trial ended in a mistrial last June due to a deadlocked jury.

The 80-year-old entertainer has denied the charge, saying any sexual contact …

Accusations of harassment or assault …

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What Changes Do You See in Tackling Sexual Harassment

The Reader Center is one way we in the newsroom are trying to connect with you, by highlighting your perspectives and experiences and offering insight into how we work.

What’s changing about how we deal with sexual harassment?

Some answers are already clear.

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The basic definition of sexual harassment is based on the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. To summarize it, it is composed of unwelcome sexual advances and requests for sexual favors which can either be verbal and physical conduct of sexual nature. The determining factor for sexual harassment is that when the person rejects the request, the employment status is heavily affected. The rejection will reasonably interfere with an individual’s performance and may experience offensive and pressured work environment.

Sexual harassment can actually happen in several circumstances. For instance, a victim and the harasser may not necessarily be of the opposite sex. The harasser should have the moral or positional ascendancy to that of the victim. He could be the supervisor and the victim, merely an agent. The victim may not necessarily be the one being harassed; even those affected by the offensive conduct can file for claims against sexual harassment.

David Schwimmer Calls for an End to Sexual Harassment with New PSAs: “Now Is the Time”

https://www.babble.com/entertainment/david-schwimmer-thatsharassment-psa/“So few men want to have this conversation, because they get killed. They get killed,” Megyn Kelly said boldly to David Schwimmer on Megyn Kelly TODAY .

“Do you have any fear in being the guy that does it?”

Without hesitation, he replied, “I don’t.”

This isn’t a shock, as Schwimmer has co-produced six short films with writer and producer Sigal Avin, appropriately named #ThatsHarrassment, to shed light on the different ways that women are being sexually harassed every day.

These videos have also been shortened into a series of PSA announcements that are set to run on Fox, Showtime, CBS, Hulu, and Amazon, as well as all of New York’s Taxi TVs.

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A commission to combat sexual harassment in the workplace needs to be created

The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill Sexual harassment, like sex itself, continues to easily capture headlines, but we go blank when it comes to actually doing something about it.

Solutions are inevitably elusive …

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Legislation in Olympia targets sexual harassment in the workplace

Thanks to the awareness brought by the #MeToo movement, the Legislature will hear a package of bills Wednesday aimed at harassment in private workplaces.

Two bills would remove obstacles that could hinder employees from coming forward with harassment …

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Ex-Harvey Weinstein assistant sues over “sexually hostile” work environment

Sandeep Rehal said she suffers from “severe emotional distress” because of “incessant sexual harassment” she endured working as the movie mogul’s assistant from February 2013 to February 2015.

She called her work environment “sexually hostile,” and said …

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