Sample Workplace Harassment Complaint Letter

Sample Workplace Harassment Complaint Letter Workplace harassment refers to situations in which an individual or a group of people are being belittled or threatened by their coworkers. According to Civility Partners, 53% of employees who experienced harassment were so afraid of the hostile work environment that they didn’t report the incidents. This is the reason […]

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What to Do If My Ex Is Stalking Me

What Can I Do If My Ex Is Stalking Me? Your ex is three-years deep into your Instagram, and has accidentally double-tapped on a photo. Now you know they have been snooping. Does this make them a stalker? No, the situation might make them want to delete all of their social media or change their […]

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How to Report Harassment on Facebook

How to Report Harassment on Facebook in a Few Easy Steps Facebook is the undeniable king of social media. Ever since it was created in 2004, the number of Facebook users has been growing, reaching 60.6% of all Internet users in 2018. To make that number a little bit easier to grasp, Facebook reported 2.60 […]

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How to Fight Verbal Harassment in the Workplace

Verbal Harassment in the Workplace—When Jokes Get Abusive Any workplace can be a high-stress environment. The deadline for a big project is approaching, the tensions are high, and, here and there, you can hear coworkers snapping at one another. It might not be a convenient situation, but it is reasonable and acceptable.  Conflicts, or even […]

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How to Deal With Sexual Harassment by Women

Sexual Harassment By Women Is Not a Myth and Should Be Taken Seriously Society doesn’t see men as victims in general, let alone victims of sexual harassment. This attitude translates into how employers look at the situation, meaning they don’t take the sexual harassment of men seriously. If you consider what it means when someone […]

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How to Report Email Harassment

Dealing With Email Harassment—How to Get the Stalkers Out of Your Inbox? A comprehensive study by the Pew Research Center found that forty-one percent of Americans have personally experienced online harassment. Ten percent of those cases reported that the harassment took place over email. The content of harassing emails can be versatile. An email can […]

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How to Prevent Sexual Harassment

How to Prevent Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Sexual harassment in the workplace can be extremely damaging to the mental and physical well-being of the victim. But the consequences stretch far beyond individual—sexual harassment also creates a hostile work environment that results in a drop in morale and productivity, increased turnover, and damage to the […]

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How to Deal With a Female Stalker

What to Do About Having a Female Stalker? You’ve seen her in movies. A lady puts on her big sunglasses, wraps a headscarf, maybe there is a wig change involved—and off she goes to stalk her male lover from the bushes or from a cafe across the street. Some movies treat the topic of women […]

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California Stalking Laws Explained

California Stalking Laws and Penalties Anyone who has ever experienced stalking knows how serious it can get. Knowing that someone is out there, observing your every action, disturbing your peace whenever they like it, and instilling fear—it makes you feel unsafe or at the mercy of someone malicious, and affects every part of your life.  […]

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How to Fight Quid Pro Quo Harassment

Quid Pro Quo Harassment—When Barter Becomes Abuse Imagine a woman showing up at a job interview with high hopes. She did her best to prepare, researched the company, and made mental notes for expected interview questions. Her attire is professional from head to toe, and she is ready to leave the best impression on her […]

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