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What is Title IX and Why It Matters to You
Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination based on the basis of sexual orientation in any federally-funded education program or event. It is an equal rights law that provides protections to all people regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
Title IX is important to you because it protects you from sexual assault and sexual harassment. It also protects you from rape and other forms of sexual assault.
How to Report a Sexual Harassment or Rape
There are many methods to report sexual assault or rape. The most popular method is to talk to the director or supervisor however, there are other avenues to take.
Sexual harassment guidelines and reporting crimes involving sex are often a bit confusing for people. This article will go over the different ways to report sexual harassment or rape and provide legal support for victims.
The first step to report sexual harassment is to speak with your supervisor or director about your concerns. They should be able to provide you with more information regarding what the company's policy are as well as the procedures they follow. If you don't feel at ease talking to them, you may contact one of the HR personnel instead. If this doesn't seem like an option, you can contact the police department in your area and file a police report via them instead.
What Protection Do Victims Have?
Title IX attorneys are the ones who help victims of sexual assault through legal assistance and representation. They also provide guidance on how to process sexual harassment claims.
Title IX attorneys can help victims in their cases, however they're not always successful in protecting victims from sexual harassment.
In the end, many survivors face the possibility of being harassed sexually at work, since there is no law to protect survivors from this kind of abuse.
What Equal Employment Opportunity Benefits do Employers Have to Offer?
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has a template for employers to establish workplace harassment policies and sexual violations policies.
The template of the EEOC is available in PDF formatand is available for download from the website. This template includes the sample policy and an example of ways to deal with sexual harassment and sexual assault instances.
The Power of Title IX in the Age of #MeToo and #TimesUp
Title IX is a law which prohibits discrimination on basis of sexual orientation in federally-funded education programs. Title IX is considered to be among the most important law on civil rights in the United States.
Title IX has been used by women and other groups that are victims of sexual harassment, gender-based violence, and sexual assault for years. It also has been instrumental in making sure that education is accessible to all, regardless of gender or race.
As more people are becoming aware of the potential of Title IX Attorney, more lawsuits are filed against businesses that have violated Title IX by engaging in discriminatory policies.
The following questions ask for more detailed information to help your cohort get to know you a little better and to document some of your cohort's resources.
Please list two management skills you could contribute to your cohort. Do not list functional expertise (eg. marketing/finance) or other areas already covered above.
Examples may include specific people management skills or analytical/problem solving/decision making skills
Please list two personal qualities that you could contribute to your cohort?
e.g. devil's advocate, resilient, sense of humour, analytical, high energy & positive attitude or use your own words
List three favourite leisure activity? And /or how do you seek balance in your life? Please only list up to three activities.
The following questions concern your professional and/or educational qualifications. Your answers remain confidential and are not included in your Cohort Handbook.
Masters Degree (or above)
What type of study did you undergo to gain your qualification?
Approximately how many years of study did it take to gain your qualification?
Approximately how many years managerial/professional work experience did you have when you enrolled in the Graduate Diploma in Management (GDM) - Stage 1 MBA(Exec)
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