Risk Management for Sexual Harassment Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Jonathan made an appointment with his local EEOC office to file a complaint against his employer for sexual harassment he experienced at work. He is currently participating in the intake interview. Which of the following is NOT true about the intake interview?

Question 2 2. Which of the following is a jurisdictional consideration in an EEOC charge of sexual harassment?

Question 3 3. After a reasonable cause determination is made, what's the next step the EEOC generally takes in the process?

Question 4 4. Keesha would like to file a complaint against her employer with the EEOC because she feels she's been sexually harassed at work. Which of the following information is she NOT required to supply in order to file a charge by mail?

Question 5 5. Luis believes he is the victim of sexual harassment and wants to file a complaint against his employer with the EEOC. Luis is not quite sure how to go about filing. Which of the following are ways to file a charge with the EEOC?

Risk Management for Sexual Harassment Chapter Exam Instructions

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