Want to Play Music at Work? Follow This Rule to Make Sure You Aren’t Slapped With a Lawsuit

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I shouldn’t have to write an article saying “don’t play sexually graphic, violently misogynistic music in the workplace.” That should be a no-brainer for any business owner. Don’t do it.

But is it illegal?

For something to be considered sexual harassment and therefore illegal, it has to meet three criteria:

That the harassment was based on sex; That the harassment was sufficiently pervasive to affect a term, condition, or privilege of employment; and That the employer knew, or should have known, about the harassment and failed to take prompt, corrective action.

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