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Does there need to be actual touching for the conduct to be considered sexual harassment?

Does there need to be actual touching for the conduct to be considered sexual harassment?

No. A large range of inappropriate behavior can be sexual harassment, including, staring, leering, making sexual gestures, making crude comments about an individual’s body, jokes, slurs, talking about inappropriate topics, standing in front of someone in an effort to block movement, touching, sending explicit emails or text messages, pictures, cartoons, sexual advances, propositions, offering employment benefits in exchange for sexual favors. This list goes on and on, if the conduct is unwelcome and creates a hostile work environment, it is probably sufficient to be sexual harassment.

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