The victim of this harassment does not necessarily need to be the recipient of the offensive action.The victim can be a third person who witnesses this offensive conduct.
If it outlines a procedure for reporting harassment, follow it. Often times, people will become a victim and quit their job before even letting their employer know that the harassment is taking place.
This makes is more difficult to win your case because it is harder to show that the employer knew that the harassment was taking place.
If they don’t, you can also sue them for failing to prevent harassment.
Once on notice, the employer should conduct a investigation, discipline the harasser, moving the harasser to a different position or department, or terminate the harasser’s employment.
Sexual harassment may be something other than requesting sexual favors, such as the showing of inappropriate photos or speaking vulgar things to the victim.