Taking Action - Exercise

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Taking Action - Exercise

Taking Action

Duration: 15 to 20 minutes.

In this exercise, you will demonstrate your understanding on how to take action when potential sexual harassment occurs.

  1. Who can formally report harassment?
    1. A victim.
    2. A witness.
    3. A supervisor.
    4. All of the above.

  2. What should a victim do if they do not feel comfortable telling their harasser to stop face to face?
    1. Write a letter.
    2. Have a co-worker confront the harasser.
    3. Ignore the harasser.
    4. Contact human resources.

  3. True or False: The victim and any witnesses should keep a record of any details related to the harassment.

  4. If a victim tells a supervisor they are being harassed, what should the supervisor do first?
    1. Tell the employee to call a lawyer.
    2. Tell the employee that they are overreacting.
    3. Tell the employee sorry but only HR can help.
    4. Help the employee by making them feel safe and listening to the problem.
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