If you are an employee in Wisconsin and feel you are (or were) being sexually-harassed, you should know the following:
(A) Know how the law defines sexual harassment;
(B) Keep proof (documentation or recordings);
(C) Learn your employer’s policies before complaining or taking action;
(D) Do not act angrily or righteously;
(E) Before complaining, consider the risks of retaliation;
(F) Proactively arrange for Plan B (e.g. a new job, or transfer to different boss); and
(G) Don’t quit because the employer tells you to.
This information is described in more detail below.