Welcome to your Sexual Harassment In-Service Sexual Harassment can occur between: Male and Female only. Male and Male only. Female and Female only. Male and Male, Female and Female, Male and Female. People who are victims of sexual harassment may not complain or report the abuse because: They are too embarrassed. They feel that they have done something to bring on this type of behavior. They are afraid of being labeled a "trouble maker". All of the above. Two types of sexual harassment are: Sexual Environment and Quid Pro Quo Pro Bono and Hostile Work Environment. Hostile Work Environment and Quid Pro Quo. Unwanted and Unwelcome. Quid Pro Quo is Latin and means: This for that. Forbidden by law. Professionals only. All's fair in love and work. In order for harassment to occur, it must be: Occurring every day of the week. Hidden from the boss. Unwanted and Unwelcome. Fun. Four common forms of harassment include: Lewd comments, touching, laughing and joking. Verbal, visual, written, and physical. Flirting, whistling, touching, and grabbing. Physical, verbal, hidden, and secret. Which of the following constitutes a Hostile Work Environment? Insults or threats. Off-color jokes or stories. Unwanted comments about an individual's body. All of the above. In a healthcare setting, sexual harassment offenders can be: Managers. Patients. Vendors. All of the above. The display of sexually offensive material, such as cartoons, drawings, and suggestive pictures are examples of what form of harassment. Verbal Harassment. Visual Harassment. Written Harassment. Physical Harassment. If you are the object of sexual harassment in the workplace, what should you do? Firmly tell the offender that you are not interested and that you consider the behavior offensive. Document the incident. Tell your supervisor immediately. Utilize the formal complaint process outlined in your organization's Sexual Harassment Policy. All of the above. Time is Up!