Evaluate employment laws affecting business Workplace harassment, and sexual harassment in particular, are prohibited by law. Employers are required to conduct employee training — of supervisors especially, and ideally all employees — at least annually, as a preventive practice. In addition, employers should have an adequate policy that (1) prohibits sexual harassment; (2) provides for claims to be made in house; (3) provides for investigation of claims; (4) ensures action will be taken to end any harassment if found; and (4) ensures that that there will be no retaliation relating to such claims. Having a good policy and training can foster positive workplace morale and provide effective defenses to workplace lawsuits.FORUM PROMPT:YouTube.com has many videos depicting sexual harassment for training — to define, illustrate and explain it. Not all of these are good ones.1. Browse YouTube and select a video that you believe is a good vehicle to include in workplace training about sexual harassment. Include its title and YouTube URL link in your main post. (Please use the link icon in the menu to paste in the URL so that it can be easily clicked from your post to access your video choice.)Then, in a minimum of 300 words:2. Briefly summarize the video presentation.3. Explain: (1) why you consider this a good, effective video for training; and (2) how you would use it as part of a workplace training presentation. Considerations you should include (but are not limited to): (a) clear definition and explanation of sexual harassment are provided; (b) illustration is instructive and effective for a training discussion because…..; and (c) how type(s) of harassment are clearly illustrated (quid pro quo, hostile environment, both?).You are expected to use sources in addition to the video to support your discussion. In addition to your text, for an understanding of sexual harassment elements and considerations, see www.eeoc.gov. and cases reported there.Additional source to review and research for this Forum: Faragher v. Boca Raton, 524 U.S. 775 (1998), U.S. Supreme Court Case. This was the seminal case in which the Court found an employer’s communication of a sexual harassment policy to employees to be inadequate. This case established the need for an employer having a policy and training, from which the law has developed since. Of course include any other sources relevant to this subject that you found useful in preparing your posts, including case law, personal experience, EEOC opinions, etc.