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Discrimination and Harassment Free Workplace
State of Oregon
Department of Administrative Services
Statewide Policy 50.010.01
*The examples are assuming a Bonafide Occupational Qualification (BFOQ) or other circumstances do not exist.
Workplace Harassment is
Sexual Harassment is
Scenario: An employee reports harassment to his/her supervisor and says, “I don’t want you to do anything about this. I just want you to listen and be aware of what is going on.”
Scenario: A supervisor receives a report of sexual harassment. The supervisor has seen such reports divide a workforce.
Scenario: An employee filed a report of harassment with her supervisor. After an investigation the agency did not agree that harassment occurred. Because harassment was not found, the employee worries that she will be disciplined.
Scenario: A technician is contracted to maintain the office copy machine. Each time the technician makes a service call the technician tells a dirty joke. Some employees can’t wait for the machine to break down, just so they can hear the latest joke.
Retaliating against employees who file complaints, participate in investigations, or report observing discrimination, workplace harassment or sexual harassment is prohibited.
If an employee believes they have been retaliated against, the employee should report the retaliatory behavior to their supervisor, another manager, or the agency Human Resource section, Executive Director or chair.
Complaints of retaliation will be investigated promptly.
Scenario: An investigation resulted in an employee being disciplined for sexual harassment. The disciplined employee was mad and encouraged others to shun those who participated in the investigation. You have been asked to refuse to speak to your coworkers who reported the employee’s behavior to the supervisor.
A Quiz (True or False)