The second type of sexual harassment, hostile environment sexual harassment, occurs when the harasser’s misconduct unreasonably interferes with the worker’s job performance or creates an intimidating or offensive work environment. This conduct must be severe or widespread to the point that it affects a term, condition, or privilege of employment. For hostile environment sexual harassment, the harasser may or may not be in a position of authority. A co-worker or non-employee of the agency, as well as a supervisor, may be the harasser in hostile environment sexual harassment.
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