Sexual harassment has a broad definition. In law, any type of unwanted behaviour of a sexual nature (or related to your gender) that makes you feel intimidated, humiliated or degraded or creates an offensive or hostile environment is considered sexual harassment.
The atmosphere at work may have become unbearable and your health is suffering. It may be simply a case of wanting to put traumatic events behind you and moving on. Whilst you may want to fight, you know your employer will never accept liability and you do not have the appetite, or deep pockets, for long and drawn-out court proceedings.
If this is the case, you might want to negotiate yourself an exit package or settlement agreement deal.
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