Sexual harassment is prohibited by federal and state law. Zensoft is committed to maintain a work environment that is free of all forms of intimidation or sexual harassment.
For your guidance we state the three basic criteria established by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for determining whether an action constitutes unlawful behavior.
- If submission to the conduct is either an explicit or implicit term or condition of employment;
- If submission to or rejection of the conduct is used and as a basis for an employment decision affecting the person rejecting or submitting to the conduct, or;
- If the conduct has the purpose or effect of substantially interfering with an affected person’s work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment.
- As a part of our policy to discourage sexual harassment, it is an obligation of each and every employee to report such incidents whenever they occur to their immediate supervisor. Such incidents will be promptly and independently investigated. Individuals found to have committed sexual harassment will be subjected to appropriate disciplinary measures.
No person who has made a complaint of sexual harassment or who has assisted in an investigation will be subjected to any form of retaliation. Employees who believe they did not receive adequate consideration after making their concerns known to management may file a complaint with the Wisconsin Department of Fair Employment and Housing.