3 points Save Answer Question 19 Pam worked as a security guard. The other security guards, all men, routinely verbally harassed her because she was “doing a man’s job. Additionally, they would hide her badge and keys to the client’s doors. Her uniform was splattered with grease and motor oil was poured inside her purse while it was in her locker. Pam complained to her supervisor, who asked if any of the men had ever touched her. When she said no, the supervisor said there was nothing that could be done to stop it and the conduct was “just horseplay.” Does Pam have a claim? 0 a. None of the above choices is correct. O b. Pam does not have a claim for sexual harassment because no tangible employment action has been taken with regard to her job. O c. Pam does have a claim for sexual harassment because she is being harassed because she is a woman. O d. Pam does not have a claim for sexual harassment because none of the men have touched her in a sexual way.

3 points Save Answer Question 19 Pam worked as a security guard. The other security guards, all men, routinely verbally harassed her because she was “doing a man’s job. Additionally, they would hide her badge and keys to the client’s doors. Her uniform was splattered with grease and motor oil was poured inside her purse while it was in her locker. Pam complained to her supervisor, who asked if any of the men had ever touched her. When she said