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How to Report Harassment at Work for Employees

As an employee, you have a right to a workplace free from sexual harassment, and your employer has a legal responsibility to investigate and take corrective action if necessary. And with EasyLlama's [Anonymous Reporting and Case Management](https://www.easyllama.com/anonymous-reporting-tool/) tool, employees can confidentially report claims and communicate with their employers to find a positive resolution and improve workplace safety.

How to Report Harassment at Work for Employees

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What's Inside

Check your Handbook

Who should you report to?

Compile Evidence

What evidence of harassment do you have?

File with the EEOC

Are you required to file with your employer before the EEOC?

Investigation is Conducted

How does an investigation work?

Witness Interviews

Who might be interviewed?

Corrective Action

What does corrective action look like?

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