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|Relevant Legal Provision||Definition of Sexual Harassment|
|Paragraph 3 , Article 2 of the National Human Rights Commission Act||The term "sexual harassment" means that the working persons, employers or employees of a public agency make others feel sexually humiliated or loathsome by their sexual comments, etc. or giving others disadvantage in the employment on the pretext of disobedience to sexual comments, other demands, etc., by taking full advantage of their superior position or with regard to the duties, etc.|
|Paragraph 2, Article 2 of the Act on Equal Employment and Support for Work-Family Reconciliation||The term “sexual harassment at work” refers to a situation where an employer, a superior, or a worker causes another worker to feel sexually humiliated or offended by sexually charged words or actions by using their position in the workplace or in relation to work, or gives disadvantages in employment for disregarding sexual words or actions or any other demands, etc.|
|Paragraph 2, Article 3 of the Framework Act on Gender Equiality and Article 2 of the Enforcement Decree of Framework Act on Gender Equiality||
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