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What is…..
HARASSMENT
The standard definition for
harassment is unwanted
conduct on the grounds of race,
gender, sexual or...
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Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF
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The following are some examples of specific types of
harassment, but it should be noted that this policy applies
to all fo...
Examples of bullying could be:
• abuse of power or authority
• verbal, written and/or physical intimidation e.g.
threats, ...
• Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment may be homosexual or
heterosexual. It may be defined as any form of
unwanted verbal,...
• Racial Harassment
Racial harassment is any behavior,
deliberate or otherwise pertaining to race, color,
nationality - in...
• Harassment on Grounds of
Sexual Orientation
This act of harassment is any behavior deliberate
or otherwise, pertaining t...
• Harassment on Grounds of
Religion
Religious Harassment is any behaviour deliberate
or otherwise, pertaining to religion,...
• Political Harassment, or
Harassment on the Grounds of
Trade Union Membership
Political harassment, or harassment on
the ...
• Harassment on the Grounds of
Disability
Harassment may be based on the fact that a
person has a physical or mental impai...
• Harassment on the Grounds of Age
Ageism can affect anybody regardless
of how old they are. Harassment on the
grounds of ...
• Harassment on the Grounds of
Gender Re-assignment
Harassment on the grounds of
gender re-assignment is prohibited by
the...
• Harassment via the Medium of
Email
The University Computing Regulations state
that “…the University staff and student e-...
Appendix 3 - Email Etiquette
• When using e-mail please adopt these simple points
of good practice:
• Be polite – adhere t...
• Always consider whether e-mail is the most appropriate
medium for the message you wish to deliver. Some
communications a...
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Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF
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Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona,
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Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona,
Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF
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WHY DO PEOPLE DISCRIMINATE?
They have not lived in the others shoes.
They may also discriminate because that
is what the p...
DISCRIMINATION BY TYPE
• Age
• Disability
• Equal Pay/Compensation
• Genetic Information
• National Origin
• Pregnancy
• R...
AGE DISCRIMINATION
Age discrimination involves treating someone (an
applicant or employee) less favorably because of his
a...
DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION
Disability discrimination occurs when an employer
treats a qualified individual with a disabilit...
EQUAL PAY/COMPENSATION
DISCRIMINATION
The Equal Pay Act requires that men and women in
the same workplace be given equal p...
• GENETIC INFORMATION
DISCRIMINATION
It is illegal to discriminate against employees
or applicants because of genetic info...
• NATIONAL ORIGIN DISCRIMINATION
National origin discrimination involves treating
people (applicants or employees) unfavor...
• PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION
Pregnancy discrimination involves treating a woman
(an applicant or employee) unfavorably becau...
• RACE/COLOR DISCRIMINATION
Race discrimination involves treating someone (an
applicant or employee) unfavorably because h...
• RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION
Religious discrimination involves treating a person
(an applicant or employee) unfavorably beca...
• RETALIATION
All of the laws we enforce make it illegal to fire,
demote, harass, or otherwise retaliate against people
(a...
• Sex-Based Discrimination
Sex discrimination involves treating someone (an
applicant or employee) unfavorably because of ...
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Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF
10:00-11:30
How to Handle Discrimination and Harassment
Complaints
Most employers are anxious when faced
with discrimination and haras...
Here are some basics rules to follow if you
receive a complaint of discrimination or
harassment.
• Keep an open mind
• Tre...
Philippines Act in Discrimination and Harassment
• REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6725
An Act Strengthening The Prohibition On Discrimin...
“Harassment is considered a form of
discrimination.”
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Thank You!
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Sarte,Jonathan
Solsona,Jennifer
Sumalde,Rubina
Tablante,Ma.Fatima
Talan,Catherine
Tomagan,Vanissa
...
Evaluation
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TEST I- Direction: Choose which a...
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Direction: Choose which among the...
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Test II- Write T if the statement...
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3. Harassment may be based on the...
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6. Religious Harassment is any be...
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9. Do not use capital letters out...
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1. Differentiate Harassment from ...
Answers
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Direction: Choose which among the...
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Test II- Write T if the statement...
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3. Harassment may be based on the...
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6. Religious Harassment is any be...
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  1. 1. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  2. 2. What is….. HARASSMENT 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 claimant's dignity, or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment for them. DISCRIMINATION Discrimination is the unequal treatment of individuals, usually on the basis of gender, race, age, religion or disability. It is a negative action towards members of a specific social group. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
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  4. 4. The following are some examples of specific types of harassment, but it should be noted that this policy applies to all forms of harassment. • Bullying Bullying may be characterized as offensive, intimidating, malicious or insulting behavior, an abuse or misuse of power through means intended to undermine, humiliate, denigrate or injure the recipient. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  5. 5. Examples of bullying could be: • abuse of power or authority • verbal, written and/or physical intimidation e.g. threats, derisory remarks • persistent unjustified criticism • public humiliation • the setting of impossible deadlines or intolerable workload burdens • having responsibilities or decision-making powers withdrawn without good reason or explanation • unwarranted exclusions Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  6. 6. • Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment may be homosexual or heterosexual. It may be defined as any form of unwanted verbal, non-verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that creates an intimidating, hostile, degrading or offensive environment. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  7. 7. • Racial Harassment Racial harassment is any behavior, deliberate or otherwise pertaining to race, color, nationality - including citizenship, or ethnic or national origins, which is directed at an individual or group and which is found to be offensive or objectionable to recipients and which creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive environment. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  8. 8. • Harassment on Grounds of Sexual Orientation This act of harassment is any behavior deliberate or otherwise, pertaining to sexual orientation. Homophobia is a term used to describe hatred and rejection of gays, lesbians and homosexuality. It may be directed against individuals or groups of people who are, or are thought to be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered and is behavior which can be defined as unwanted conduct violating a person’s dignity, or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment.Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  9. 9. • Harassment on Grounds of Religion Religious Harassment is any behaviour deliberate or otherwise, pertaining to religion, religious belief or other similar philosophical belief and it is behaviour which can be defined as unwanted conduct violating a person's dignity, or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment. Examples can include: • offensive jokes • ridicule • display of offensive materialPrepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  10. 10. • Political Harassment, or Harassment on the Grounds of Trade Union Membership Political harassment, or harassment on the grounds of trade union membership can include: • offensive jokes • ridicule • display of offensive material Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  11. 11. • Harassment on the Grounds of Disability Harassment may be based on the fact that a person has a physical or mental impairment, learning difficulty or disfigurement.This can include: • offensive or patronizing language • offensive or patronizing action or behavior • jokes or inappropriate comments • questions which cause offence to the individual or group of individuals concerned • display of offensive material Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  12. 12. • Harassment on the Grounds of Age Ageism can affect anybody regardless of how old they are. Harassment on the grounds of age may include: • assumptions regarding the individual's inability to learn • offensive remarks • exclusion on the basis of age Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  13. 13. • Harassment on the Grounds of Gender Re-assignment Harassment on the grounds of gender re-assignment is prohibited by the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 as amended. Examples include: • suggestive remarks or sounds • unwanted comments on dress and appearance • verbal threatsPrepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  14. 14. • Harassment via the Medium of Email The University Computing Regulations state that “…the University staff and student e-mail lists are intended for University topics only. All messages sent to the list should show tolerance and respect to all potential recipients. It should be noted that offensive remarks and material could constitute harassment. Information on e-mail etiquette can be found in Appendix III. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  15. 15. Appendix 3 - Email Etiquette • When using e-mail please adopt these simple points of good practice: • Be polite – adhere to the same standards as you would when writing a letter. Swear-words must not be used, even if you might use such words in conversation with the person to whom you are sending the email. • Use humour with care - not everyone will appreciate it and without voice inflection and body language, e- mail messages can be easily misinterpreted. • Always consider that it is very difficult to convey tone of voice, irony or sarcasm via e-mail and that it is therefore much easier to offend people. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  16. 16. • Always consider whether e-mail is the most appropriate medium for the message you wish to deliver. Some communications are best dealt with in person or over the telephone; especially to those of a sensitive or potentially confrontational nature. • Never say anything that you would not say to the recipients face. • Do not use capital letters out of context. Words that are all in capitals are CONSIDERED TO BE SHOUTED, and as such regarded as being rude. • Do not use underlining for emphasis. In any web based communication, underlying signifies a hyperlink and should not be used for any other purpose. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
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  20. 20. WHY DO PEOPLE DISCRIMINATE? They have not lived in the others shoes. They may also discriminate because that is what the previous generations have done and they have not educated themselves regarding the circumstances Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  21. 21. DISCRIMINATION BY TYPE • Age • Disability • Equal Pay/Compensation • Genetic Information • National Origin • Pregnancy • Race/Color • Religion • Retaliation • Sex • Sexual Harassment Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  22. 22. AGE DISCRIMINATION Age discrimination involves treating someone (an applicant or employee) less favorably because of his age. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  23. 23. DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION Disability discrimination occurs when an employer treats a qualified individual with a disability who is an employee or applicant unfavorably because she has a disability. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  24. 24. EQUAL PAY/COMPENSATION DISCRIMINATION The Equal Pay Act requires that men and women in the same workplace be given equal pay for equal work. The jobs need not be identical, but they must be substantially equal. Job content (not job titles) determines whether jobs are substantially equal. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  25. 25. • GENETIC INFORMATION DISCRIMINATION It is illegal to discriminate against employees or applicants because of genetic information. An employer may never use genetic information to make an employment decision because genetic information is not relevant to an individual's current ability to work. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  26. 26. • NATIONAL ORIGIN DISCRIMINATION National origin discrimination involves treating people (applicants or employees) unfavorably because they are from a particular country or part of the world, because of ethnicity or accent, or because they appear to be of a certain ethnic background (even if they are not). Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  27. 27. • PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION Pregnancy discrimination involves treating a woman (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because of pregnancy, childbirth, or a medical condition related to pregnancy or childbirth. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  28. 28. • RACE/COLOR DISCRIMINATION Race discrimination involves treating someone (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because he/she is of a certain race or because of personal characteristics associated with race (such as hair texture, skin color, or certain facial features). Color discrimination involves treating someone unfavorably because of skin color complexion. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  29. 29. • RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION Religious discrimination involves treating a person (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because of his or her religious beliefs. The law protects not only people who belong to traditional, organized religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism, but also others who have sincerely held religious, ethical or moral beliefs. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  30. 30. • RETALIATION All of the laws we enforce make it illegal to fire, demote, harass, or otherwise retaliate against people (applicants or employees) because they filed a charge of discrimination, because they complained to their employer or other covered entity about discrimination on the job, or because they participated in an employment discrimination proceeding (such as an investigation or lawsuit). Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  31. 31. • Sex-Based Discrimination Sex discrimination involves treating someone (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because of that person's sex. Sex discrimination also can involve treating someone less favorably because of his or her connection with an organization or group that is generally associated with people of a certain sex. This is also known as gender identity discrimination. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  32. 32. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  33. 33. How to Handle Discrimination and Harassment Complaints Most employers are anxious when faced with discrimination and harassment complaints. And with good reason: Such complaints can lead to workplace tension, government investigations, and even costly legal battles. If the complaint is mishandled, even unintentionally, an employer may unwittingly put itself out of business. If you take the complaint seriously, however, and follow a careful strategy for dealing with it, you can reduce the likelihood of a lawsuit and even improve employee relations in the process.Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  34. 34. Here are some basics rules to follow if you receive a complaint of discrimination or harassment. • Keep an open mind • Treat the complainer with respect and compassion • Don't shoot the messenger • Don't retaliate • Follow established procedures • Educate yourself • Interview the people involved • Look for corroboration or contradiction • Keep it confidential • Write it all down • Cooperate with government agencies • Consider hiring an experienced investigator • Take appropriate action against the wrongdoer(s). Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  35. 35. Philippines Act in Discrimination and Harassment • REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6725 An Act Strengthening The Prohibition On Discrimination Against Women With Respect To Terms And Conditions Of Employment, Amending For The Purpose Article One Hundred Thirty-five Of The Labor Code, As Amended. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  36. 36. “Harassment is considered a form of discrimination.” Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  37. 37. Thank You! Prepared by: Sarte,Jonathan Solsona,Jennifer Sumalde,Rubina Tablante,Ma.Fatima Talan,Catherine Tomagan,Vanissa Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  38. 38. Evaluation Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30
  39. 39. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 TEST I- Direction: Choose which among the choices inside the box best answers the questions given below. • Bullying • Harassment • Discrimination • Age Discrimination • Compensation Discrimination 1. Job content determines whether jobs are substantially equal. 2. Involves treating someone less favorably because if his age. 3. An abuse or misuse of power that may injure the recipient. 4. Unwanted conduct on the grounds of race, gender, etc. 5. Unequal treatment of individuals.
  40. 40. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 Direction: Choose which among the choices inside the box best answers the questions given below. • Retaliation • National Origin Discrimination • Sex-Based Discrimination • Homophobia • Political Harassment 6. Known as gender-identity discrimination. 7. Action taken for an injury or offense. 8. Treating people unfavorably because they appear to be in a certain ethnic background. 9. Describes hatred and rejections to gays, lesbians, and homosexuals. 10. Harassment on the grounds of trade union membership.
  41. 41. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 Test II- Write T if the statement is True otherwise; F if False. 1. Harassment on Grounds of Sexual Orientation refers to any behavior deliberate or otherwise, pertaining to sexual orientation. 2.Republic Act No. 6726 is an Act strengthening the prohibition on discrimination against women with respect to terms and conditions of employment
  42. 42. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 3. Harassment may be based on the fact that a person has a physical or mental impairment, learning difficulty or disfigurement. 4. Sex discrimination involves treating someone (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because of that person's sex. 5. National Origin discrimination involves treating someone unfavorably because of skin color complexion.
  43. 43. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 6. Religious Harassment is any behavior deliberate or otherwise, pertaining to religion, religious belief or other similar philosophical belief. 7. Innuendo, gossip, ridicule,etc. are some of the examples of Harassment on the Grounds of Sexual Orientation. 8. Derogatory name-calling, insults and racist jokes, etc. are some of the examples of Racial Harassment.
  44. 44. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 9. Do not use capital letters out of the context, based from Harassment via the Medium of Email- (email etiquette). 10. Equal Pay Act requires that men and women in the same workplace be given equal pay for equal work.
  45. 45. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 1. Differentiate Harassment from Discrimination. 2. React on the statement; “Harassment is considered a form of discrimination”. Test III- Essay
  46. 46. Answers
  47. 47. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 TEST I- Direction: Choose which among the choices inside the box best answers the questions given below. • Bullying • Harassment • Discrimination • Age Discrimination • Compensation Discrimination 1. Job content determines whether jobs are substantially equal. 2. Involves treating someone less favorably because if his age. 3. An abuse or misuse of power that may injure the recipient. 4. Unwanted conduct on the grounds of race, gender, etc. 5. Unequal treatment of individuals.
  48. 48. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 Direction: Choose which among the choices inside the box best answers the questions given below. • Retaliation • National Origin Discrimination • Sex-Based Discrimination • Homophobia • Political Harassment 6. Known as gender-identity discrimination. 7. Action taken for an injury or offense. 8. Treating people unfavorably because they appear to be in a certain ethnic background. 9. Describes hatred and rejections to gays, lesbians, and homosexuals. 10. Harassment on the grounds of trade union membership.
  49. 49. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 Test II- Write T if the statement is True otherwise; F if False. 1. Harassment on Grounds of Sexual Orientation refers to any behavior deliberate or otherwise, pertaining to sexual orientation. T 2.Republic Act No. 6726 is an Act strengthening the prohibition on discrimination against women with respect to terms and conditions of employment F- 6725
  50. 50. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 3. Harassment may be based on the fact that a person has a physical or mental impairment, learning difficulty or disfigurement. 4. Sex discrimination involves treating someone (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because of that person's sex. 5. National Origin discrimination involves treating someone unfavorably because of skin color complexion.
  51. 51. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 6. Religious Harassment is any behavior deliberate or otherwise, pertaining to religion, religious belief or other similar philosophical belief. 7. Innuendo, gossip, ridicule,etc. are some of the examples of Harassment on the Grounds of Sexual Orientation. 8. Derogatory name-calling, insults and racist jokes, etc. are some of the examples of Racial Harassment.
  52. 52. Prepared by: Sumalde, Talan, Solsona, Tablante, Sarte & Tomagan (BSIS 4A) TF 10:00-11:30 9. Do not use capital letters out of the context, based from Harassment via the Medium of Email- (email etiquette). 10. Equal Pay Act requires that men and women in the same workplace be given equal pay for equal work.

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