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    Sexual Harassment Policy Statement For An Organization

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    Using your text and additional internet resources, create the following for an organization.

    A sexual harassment policy statement. Remember to defend your policy with valid reasoning and effective documentation. The policy statement should be realistic and thorough (it should resemble something an actual company would use to convey its sexual harassment policy to employees).
    Outline the steps that will be taken if a manager or member of the human resources department receives a sexual harassment complaint from an employee.

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    Sexual harassment is an offend actions toward human dignity and fundamentally at odds with the values of our company. In order to create a great working environment, our company adopt a standard moral value to all its employees and affiliated.

    And, in order to create a safe working environment, the company prohibits all form of sexual harassment of its employees and applicants for employment by any employee, non-employee or applicant. Such conduct may result in disciplinary action up to and including discharge. This policy covers all employees without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, physical disability, mental disability, or medical conditions. The company will not tolerate, condone or allow sexual harassment, whether engaged in by fellow employees, supervisors, associates, clients or other non-employees who conduct any business with the Company.

    Definition of Sexual Harassment
    Unwanted or unwelcome attention of sexual nature and other verbal or physical conduct that is constitute as sexual advances when:
    1) Submission to such conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual's employement or
    2) Submission to or rejection of such ...

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