Effects Of Sexual Harassment In The Workplace
Q: if say, tamby chik "coerced" an 18 year old female clerk
into orgy with his 14 drinking buddies, would it be considered a
SEXUAL OFFENCE in any kangaroo judge's courtroom?
or is this another useless change of dressing on top of the same old
SEXUAL OFFENCE DEFINITION: The Human Resources Ministry has defined
sexual harassment as any unwarranted sexual conduct in verbal,
non-verbal, psychological or physical form which is unwelcome by the
recipient. Under its Code of Practice on the Prevention and
radication of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, launched on
Tuesday, sexual harassment can be divided into two categories--sexual
coercion and sexual annoyance.
was tambi "annoying" enough for the raped underage girl?
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