What’s Intimate Harassment?
Concept of Sexual Harassment
- The conduct is created as a phrase or condition of a person’s work, training, living environment or participation in a University community.
- The acceptance or refusal of these conduct can be used while the basis or an issue in choices impacting a person’s work, training, residing environment, or involvement in a University community.
- The conduct unreasonably impacts a person’s employment or performance that is academic produces an daunting, aggressive or unpleasant environment for the person’s employment, training, residing environment, or involvement in a University community.
Intimate harassment is defined by law and includes demands for intimate favors, intimate improvements or any other intimate conduct whenever (1) distribution is either clearly or implicitly a disorder affecting educational or work decisions; (2) the behavior is adequately serious or pervasive as to generate an intimidating, aggressive or repugnant environment; or (3) the behavior continues despite objection because of the individual to who the conduct is directed. The University considers such behavior, whether real or spoken, to be a breach of the criteria of conduct and can look for to avoid such incidents and just just take corrective action when intimate harassment happens (Office of Institutional Equity, University of Michigan). Continue reading Intimate harassment is understood to be unwanted intimate improvements, demands for intimate favors, as well as other spoken or real conduct of a nature that is sexual either