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Test your knowledge about which behaviors warrant investigation by HR—and possibly the EEOC.
Sexual harassment is making the news a lot these days, but most of the complaints that HR hears about day-to-day aren't quite as clear-cut—or egregious—as the reports against former Fox CEO Roger Ailes, Kevin Spacey and Charlie Rose.
The classic example of harassment, which is what Ailes allegedly engaged in, involves a supervisor tying an employee's advancement opportunities to requests for sex. While such "quid pro quo" cases make the most headlines, they are far less common than so-called "hostile environment" harassment, wherein an employee is made to feel uncomfortable by the discriminatory behavior of another co-worker, client or customer.
How well do you understand which behaviors warrant your attention? We developed a brief quiz in collaboration with SHRM's HR Knowledge Center Advisor Nora Harsha, who fields phone calls daily from HR professionals looking for answers on this and other important workplace issues.
Test your knowledge by assessing the following statements about sexual harassment.
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