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dentify the legislation that exists to protect you against harassment in the workplace.
The Federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Laws protect you against harassment in the workplace.
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User: dentify the legislation that exists to protect you against harassment in the workplace.

Weegy: Sometimes employees are hesitant or frightened about making a complaint and will suffer harassment over a long period of time. Such behaviour can have dangerous consequences and may eventually lead to emotional and professional breakdown. [ If you are a victim of workplace harassment your best course of action is to move swiftly. The longer you allow harassment to continue, the worse it will become. Legislation exists to protect you not only against workplace harassment, but also against any possible victimisation by your employer as a result of making the complaint. Talk to your manager (unless he/she is the offender), contact your union representative, speak to a lawyer or visit the Citizens Advice Bureau, but don’t suffer workplace harassment in silence. Please follow this link for more details, : . Thank you for using Weegy.. i hope this helps you. And have a nice day. ]
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The Federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Laws protect you against harassment in the workplace.
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Oh, i am sorry. I think i need to re-read the questions before answering! Sorry, and thank you AngelInDesguise for correcting my mistake.
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