An Iowa Department of Human Services caseworker was in court alleging that, over a period of several years, supervisors at the agency engaged in sexual harassment in the workplace. The employee claims that the harassment continued despite her repeated complaints. Fortunately, the employee documented incidents of the alleged sex discrimination – what was said and… [Read More]
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What Constitutes Workplace Sexual Harassment?
A common misconception regarding sexual harassment is that an isolated incident of inappropriate conduct is enough to show sexual harassment has occurred. In reality, for words or actions to constitute sexual harassment, the harassment must be severe or pervasive enough that it interferes with a victims work environment, affecting the terms of their employment, or… [Read More]