DOES A MALE COLLEAGUE SHOUTING ANGRILY AT A FEMALE CONSTITUTE SEXUAL HARASSMENT?
Does a male colleague shouting angrily at a female constitute sexual harassment?
Shouting in anger at a woman by a male colleague may not be covered under sexual harassment, unless the shouting is accompanied by behavior that is sexually explicit, unwelcome, or creates a hostile work environment.
Sexual harassment is defined in the POSH Act of 2013 as unwelcome sexual conduct, which could be verbal, non-verbal, or physical.
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