What constitutes sexual harassment at times can seem vague, and in some cases mayeven be considered a matter of opinion. This is likely the reason why sexual harassmentis the most common form of harassment in United States' workplaces. The goal of thisseries is to clear up any confusion and dispel any preconceived notions by highlightingfederal sexual harassment laws. Every employee should clearly understand whatbehavior is considered okay and what crosses a line. Every employee should thoroughlyunderstand the actions they can take if they are a witness to or are a victim ofharassment. And lastly, every employee should fully understand their protections underthe law. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.