In this Episode, Harry discusses a 2010 sexual harassment case brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and what it can tell us about real live compliance problems. He covers the basic standards of sexual harassment and how they applied to a case of employee-employee harassment, including how the objective “reasonably offensive” standard deals with a harasser who is attractive. Harry notes some warning signs for when employees have taken things too far and why asking the victim to sing “I’m too sexy for my shirt” is NEVER the appropriate response to sexual harassment. In conclusion, Harry notes some particular California twists to harassment cases. And, don’t worry – he does not sing at any point during this episode.