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Make clear behaviour is unacceptable

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    Chauhdry v Scottish Asian Action Committee [1997] ET/S/848/96 (0 other reports)

In Chauhdry v Scottish Asian Action Committee a Glasgow industrial tribunal (Chair: D Littlejohn) has rejected a complaint of sexual harassment on grounds that the applicant did not make it sufficiently clear that behaviour to which she had been subjected was unwanted.

The European Commission Code of Practice on measures to combat sexual harassment at work defines sexual harassment as "unwanted conduct of a sexual nature or other conduct based on sex affecting the dignity of women and men at work".