Is it sexual harassment to IMPLY that certain job benefits will require sexual favors?

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Have you ever heard of quid pro quo sexual harassment?

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says it occurs where employment opportunities or benefits are granted because of an individual’s submission to the employer’s sexual advances or requests for sexual favors. In those situations, the employer may be liable for unlawful sex discrimination against other persons who were qualified for but were denied that employment opportunity or benefit.

Think of it as “Sleep with me, or you’re fired” or “Sleep with me, and you’re hired.”

But what if sexual favors aren’t explicitly demanded as a “quid pro quo” in return

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