Other Forms of Title IX Sexual Harassment Other forms of Title IX sexual harassment include sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking, as defined by applicable laws.
This may include anything from racial epithets to annoying or malicious remarks, but must become a pattern in order to qualify as harassment.
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Cultural or ethnic experiences that create traditions of silence and avoidance often dictate how an individual deals with an awkward or undesirable situation.
What am I supposed to do? However, the employer isn't always to blame for the situation and cannot be held liable.
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