Harassment and Discrimination Training
Preventing Harassment and Discrimination Quiz
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Harassment becomes unlawful when:
Select an example of an adverse employment action.
National Origin is NOT part of the main legally protected classes.
Using slang “nicknames” that denote co-workers’ race, ethnicity, cultural heritage, religion, sex, or age is okay, as long as it is done in a joking manner.
If co-workers make lewd comments about a female coworker’s work attire and relationship status, it can be considered sexual harassment.
Select the best example of discrimination Under Title II of the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act (GINA)?
Examples of discrimination include:
When witnessing harassment, a bystander can help by:
If you have experienced or witnessed harassment or discrimination in the workplace, you should report the issue to:
What is the best way an employee can help support a healthy company culture?