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Harassment

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  • 1. 1 Done By: Ibrahim Razzan, DiHRM - 3, IIPD
  • 2. The standard definition for harassment is unwanted conduct on the grounds of race, gender, sexual orientation etc. which has the purpose or effect of either violating the claimants dignity, or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment for them. Example:- Bullying, sexual Harassment etc.2 Done By: Ibrahim Razzan, DiHRM - 3, IIPD
  • 3. Bullying Stalking Sexual Harassment Racial Harassment Religious Harassment Disability Harassment Sexual Orientation Harassment Cases of Physical Assault3 Done By: Ibrahim Razzan, DiHRM - 3, IIPD
  • 4. Bullying at work is when someone tries to intimidate anotherworker, often in front of colleagues. It is usually, though notalways, done to someone in a less senior position. It is similar toharassment, which is where someones behavior is offensive.For example, making sexual comments, or abusing someonesrace, religion or sexual orientation.4 Done By: Ibrahim Razzan, DiHRM - 3, IIPD
  • 5. Sexual Harassment is unwelcome or inappropriate promise ofrewards in exchange for sexual favors.Sexual harassment is a form of Sex Discrimination that occursin the workplace.5 Done By: Ibrahim Razzan, DiHRM - 3, IIPD
  • 6. • The victim as well as the harasser may be a woman or a man. The victim does not have to be of the opposite sex.• The harasser can be the victims supervisor, an agent of the employer, a supervisor in another area, a co-worker, or a non-employee.• The victim does not have to be the person harassed but could be anyone affected by the offensive conduct.• Unlawful sexual harassment may occur without economic injury to or discharge of the victim.• The harassers conduct must be unwelcome.6 Done By: Ibarhim Razzan, DiHRM - 3, IIPD
  • 7. Prevention is the best tool to eliminate sexual harassment inthe workplace. Employers are encouraged to take stepsnecessary to prevent sexual harassment from occurring. Theyshould clearly communicate to employees that sexualharassment will not be tolerated. They can do so byestablishing an effective complaint or grievance process andtaking immediate and appropriate action when an employeecomplains.7 Done By: Ibarhim Razzan, DiHRM - 3, IIPD
  • 8. 8 Done By: Ibarhim Razzan, DiHRM - 3, IIPD
  • 9. 9 Done By: Ibarhim Razzan, DiHRM - 3, IIPD

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