When a person is disturbed persistently or bothered continually.
Harassment itself is not an offence and there must be elements of threat, or defamation or be part of a domestic violence matter, before any legal action can be takenâ€¢ Domestic Violenceâ€¢ Stalkingâ€¢ Things People Say
is behaviour which is deliberately intended to intimidate, dominate or harm members of identified groups because of their perceived differences such as people from a particular minority ethnic background.
Conduct or actions, based on race, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, military membership or veteran status, severe or pervasive enough to create a hostile, abusive or intimidating work environment for a reasonable person. State laws may further define harassment to include additional protections, such as sexual orientation, marital status, transsexualism or cross-dressing, political affiliation, criminal record, prior psychiatric treatment, occupation, citizenship status, personal appearance, "matriculation," tobacco use outside work, Appalachian origin, receipt of public assistance or dishonorable discharge from the military.
Actions, words or conduct that are directed at one or more person that is bothersome, causes fear or emotional distress and has no legitimate purpose. Such behavior may be harassment, sexual harassment or may be covered by some other law depending on other specifics of the actions.
Harassment with the purpose of violating the dignity of a person on grounds of racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation and creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating and offensive environment is prohibited by the new rules.
Harassment is the intimidation or abuse of an individual because of their gender, race, sexuality, religion or age. Harassment comes in a variety of different forms and can be verbal and psychological as well as physical.
This refers to any behavior which is considered to be annoying. What is considered to be annoying varies from individual to individual, and from situation to situation. The line is drawn by the person who is being harassed. It works like this. If person A does something to person B (be it MOOmail, paging, talking on vine, following from room to room, shooting with water pistol, or other), and Person B says "STOP!"; if Person A continues to do that same thing to Person B, that is harassment. (Note: if you bring harassment charges before gardeners, we will probably ask if you said, "STOP!", and how many times you did so.)
Comments or conduct, whether intentional or not, that are known or ought reasonably to be known to be unwelcome and/or offensive, and that cause a negative impact on an individual or group.
Non-sexual harassment is any type of repeated abusive or demeaning conduct that is based on a person's race, color, religion, national origin, physical or other disability, age, political belief, or affiliation, or socioeconomic status. Non-sexual harassment may be illegal and should be reported. For harassment prevention training programs visit our Harassment Prevention Training Products Category.
Persistent, intentional disturbance of an individual by another individual or group. H08310. Definition from Hurnik et al., 1995.
To be annoyed repeatedly, for example a net user cursing at, following, or mocking another Internet user.
Harassment is any form of behaviour that is unwelcome, unreciprocated, unsolicited and usually (but not always) repeated which makes the workplace unpleasant, humiliating or intimidating for the person who is the target of that behaviour.
using computer methods to slander or bother someone
Unlawful harassment is any unwelcome conduct, verbal or physical, which has the intent or effect of creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive educational, work or living environment, and which happens because of a person's sex, race, age, marital status, pregnancy or potential pregnancy, disability, sexual preference or transgender status.
Unwelcome or offensive behaviour by one person to another.
To annoy someone repeatedly. For example; a net user cursing at, following, or mocking another Internet user.
words, conduct, or action (usually repeated or persistent) that, being directed at a specific person, annoys, alarms or causes substantial emotional distress that serves no legitimate purpose.
Any unwanted or uninvited behaviour which is offensive, embarrassing, intimidating or humiliating. It is against the law for a person to be harassed because of their sex; pregnancy; race (including colour, nationality, descent, ethnic or religious background); marital status; disability; homosexuality; age; transgender or for their relationship to or association with a person of a particular sex, race, marital status etc. Harassment is a form of discrimination.
Persistent, on going communication (in any form) of negative attitudes, beliefs or actions towards an individual or group, with the intention of disparaging a person or group. Forms of harassment include discourteous treatment, graffiti, insults, jokes, name calling, slurs, threats, and written or physical abuse. Harassment may be either subtle or blunt.
a griever that went too far away. Generally RL threats, bad names calling, racial slurs to offend the person in question, etc. Report the harasser or ignore him are the best options
Behaviour which is unwelcome or unacceptable and which results in the creation of a stressful or intimidating environment for the victim amounts to harassment. It can consist of verbal abuse, racist jokes, insensitive comments, leering, physical contact, unwanted sexual advances, ridicule or isolation.
is: Conduct that meets the definition established in district policies DIA(LOCAL) and FFH(LOCAL); or Conduct that threatens to cause harm or bodily injury to another student, is sexually intimidating, causes physical damage to the property of another student, subjects another student to physical confinement or restraint, or maliciously and substantially harms another student's physical or emotional health or safety.
To bother or annoy peristently.
Systematic, annoying and continued actions which include threats and demands. Harassment in the workplace may subject the employer to a lawsuit for failure to protect the employee being harassed.
Words or conduct communicated with malice and with the intent to intimidate or harass another person in a way that is associated with that person's race, ethnicity, color, religion, ancestry, or national origin.
Intentional intimidation associated with a person's race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, or mental, physical, or sensory handicap that causes physical injury to another person; or by words or conduct places another person in reasonable fear of harm.
A member of the organization treats another member of the organization in an unacceptable and disrespectful way because of that person's race, gender, age, religion or other protected grounds as outlined in Human Rights legislation.
Workplaces need to ensure a safe environment for workers. Harassment is any unwelcome comment, conduct or gesture which is insulting, intimidating, humiliating, malicious, degrading or offensive, and is either repeated or an isolated incident which is so significant that it adversely affects someone's performance, contribution or work environment.
Words or conduct that create fear, anxiety, or distress and have no redeeming value.
Any form of unwanted, deliberate or offensive behaviour, violent or psychological, that has been requested to be stopped.
involves negative, inappropriate actions meant to control, intimidate, and exclude individuals. See PERSONAL HARASSMENT and SEXUAL HARASSMENT.
Unsolicited words or conduct tending to annoy, alarm or abuse another person. Any conduct or comment that is known or ought to be known to be unwelcome." Name-calling ("stupid", "retard" or "dummy") is a common form of harassment. (See also sexual harassment.)
Persistent, on-going communication (in any form) of negative attitudes, beliefs or actions towards an individual or group, with the intention of placing that person(s) in a disparaging role. Harassment is manifested in name calling, jokes or slurs, graffiti, insults, threats, discourteous treatment, and written of physical abuse. Harassment may be subtle or overt.
Words, conduct, or actions directed at a specific person that annoys, alarms, or causes alot of emotional distress for no legitimate purpose.