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1

The city of Phoenix will not tolerate _________ in the workplace.

Sexual harassment

2

___________ is behavior directed at an individual due to sex that is not appropriate, that is offensive, demoralizing, and/or interferes with work effectiveness. It may be conduct towards an individual of the opposite sex or the same sex and it may occur between peers or between individuals in a hierarchical relationship

Sexual harassment

3

What are the two forms of sexual harassment?

Quid pro quo

Hostile environment

4

_________ occurs when a supervisor or other person in authority conditions the granting of an economic or other job benefit, such as a raise or advancement, upon the receipt of sexual favors from a subordinate, withholding such benefits, or punishes that subordinate for refusing sexual favors.

Quit pro quo

5

__________ is created by any persons in the workplace through inappropriate sexual advances or other verbal or physical contact or conduct of a sexual nature that has the purpose or affect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work performance or job conditions.

Hostile environment

6

_________ can involve any persons in the workplace, including members of the public, other employees, volunteers, contract workers, board and commission members, elected officials.

Sexual harassment

7

Supervisors, managers, and executives are required to take proactive steps to ________ sexual harassment, to take prompt corrective action, and report it whenever it occurs.

Prevent

8

A person who is told to stop inappropriate behavior must immediately _______ with the request and must not _______ against the employee for rejecting the conduct.

Comply

Retaliate

9

The city requires all employees to timely _______ conduct which is prohibited by this policy whether or not they are personally involved.

Report

10

Supervisors, managers, and executives are required to monitor their respective workplaces and _________ intervene if they determine sexual harassment has occurred.

Immediately

11

Any employee who believes she or he has been subjected to sexual harassment by anyone must report it ________. Any employee or supervisor who knows or believes that sexual-harassment is occurring, or has occurred, also must file a report ________.

Immediately

12

Complaints must be filed within _______ days of the alleged act(s) of sexual harassment.

180

13

All employees have a right to protection from prohibited sexual harassment. In order to secure this right, the employee should provide a complaint, preferably in ________ as soon as possible following the incident.

Writing

14

When an employee or applicant reports a possible sexual harassment concern to a city department, the department may, if it has the resources and expertise to do so, conduct its own ________.

Investigation

15

If the city determines that harassment has occurred, it will take _______ action commensurate with the circumstances.

Remedial

16

Management personnel will take prompt _______ action. If warranted, verbal counseling, up to and including involuntary termination, will be imposed.

Corrective

17

Alleged acts of unfair or unequal treatment that do not involve discrimination, sexual harassment, or other protected category harassment should be addressed through the established ________ procedure.

Grievance

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________ is unlawful and will not be tolerated. No supervisor, manager, executive, or coworker may _____ against an employee who makes a report of sexual harassment or participates in an investigation.

Retaliation