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Government law denies inappropriate behavior under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. There are two classifications of inappropriate behavior: antagonistic workplace and compensation provocation. An antagonistic workplace exists if a worker endures hurt since he or she is as often as possible the beneficiary of unwelcome advances, hostile remarks, or other badgering. Quid pro quo provoking exists when a chief or another effective power figure in the work environment requests sexual supports in return for making a specific business move, for example, advancing a representative, or promising not to make a specific move, for example, terminating the worker.

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