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Inappropriate Touching (Same Gender)

Inappropriate touching in the workplace - regardless of gender - is any unwelcome, non-consensual physical contact that violates personal boundaries and creates a hostile work environment. It can range from groping and massaging to holding hands and hugging. Inappropriate touching can be considered sexual harassment when it is severe or pervasive, meaning that it is either very serious or happens frequently. Do you know what to look out for when it comes to potential harassment?

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  • Managing Legal Risk

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Additional Information

Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination that is illegal under state and federal laws. It can have negative effects on the targets, such as emotional distress, lower productivity, loss of trust, and fear of retaliation. Therefore, it's important to understand what constitutes inappropriate touching (regardless of gender) in the workplace and how to prevent, possibly report, and address it. By doing so, employees can protect their rights, dignity, and well-being, as well as foster a respectful and safe work culture.


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