Let's be very clear about sexual harassment

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Sexual harassment is an occupational health and safety issue

Work-related sexual harassment involves unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favours, or any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that occurs in your workplace, in the course of your employment or at work-related events.

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Employers have a responsibility to keep their employees safe

Some types of sexual harassment include touching, staring or leering, suggestive comments or jokes, sexually explicit pictures or posters, repeated invitations to go out on dates, requests for sex, intrusive questions about a person's private life or body, unnecessary contact, such as deliberately brushing up against a person, insults or taunts based on sex or gender, sexually explicit physical contact, sexually explicit emails, text messages, or social media activity.

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