Harassment at work can happen in any of the following situations:

You are forced to do tasks that go against your principles and conscience;
Your performance is offensively judged without your efforts taking into consideration;
Your decisions are structurally being questioned and rejected;
You are not being assigned to any work, or you are assigned to useless or demeaning tasks only;
You are not given the means to finish a task, or you are given the wrong data;
You are given work that needs higher/lower skills or knowledge than you have;
You are given confusing or impossible tasks;
They are putting too much pressure on you;
You are taken away from other people you should work with and have to work alone;
You are being ignored;
You are not allowed to give your opinion;
You are sexually harassed.
You are restricted from the available means of communication like a telephone or email;

Of course, the situations above are not the only situations where you can be harassed at work, these are the most common situations that can happen. If you have been harassed at work, you should talk to the AIESEC managers in your host and home country. They will make sure you will be heard, and they will support you at all times. Together with the[ Harassment Prevention Committee](https://help.aiesec.org/en/article/harassment-prevention-committee-s2w92u/), they will investigate the case and try to solve the situation. If you have any proof that you have been harassed in any way, please keep it and show it to them. They will handle it with total discretion.

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