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805C-PAD-1391 (SL1) - Comply With the Army's Equal Opportunity and Sexual Harassment Policies

Standards: Complied with the Army's EO and sexual harassment policies. Acted in accordance with the Army's EO and sexual harassment policies, took actions to maintain an environment free from unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment, and reported behaviors that violate the EO and sexual harassment policies.

Conditions: You are a soldier in the U. S. Army.  The soldiers with which you serve are both male and female, and represent different races, colors, religions, and national origins. You have access to AR 600-20 and AR 670-1.  You have received training on the Army's equal opportunity (EO) and sexual harassment policies.

Standards: Complied with the Army's EO and sexual harassment policies. Acted in accordance with the Army's EO and sexual harassment policies, took actions to maintain an environment free from unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment, and reported behaviors that violate the EO and sexual harassment policies.

 

Performance Steps

1.   Treat others with dignity and respect.

a. Demonstrate Army Values associated with equal opportunity.

(1)  Display unquestionable loyalty.

(2)  Follow your higher duty to the Army and the nation.

(3)  Treat people as they should be treated.

(4)  Live up to all the Army values.

b. Conform to the Army's EO and sexual harassment policies.

(1)  Do not make racial or sexual comments and/or gestures.

(2)  Do not make national origin or religious comments, jokes, slurs.

(3)  Do not display racist or sexually offensive visual materials.

(4)  Do not make unsolicited and unwelcome sexual contact with fellow soldiers.

(5)  Do not stereotype fellow soldiers or make assumptions about their cultural background, race, religion, or beliefs.

(6)  Do not use profanity or sexually oriented language.

(7)  Do not discount the religious beliefs of fellow soldiers.

c. Avoid belonging to extremist organizations or participating in extremist activities.

d. Avoid engaging in intimate personal relationships with soldiers of different ranks that could disrupt unit cohesion.

2.   Take personal actions to keep your unit free from unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment.

a. Promote EO and interpersonal harmony.

(1)  Interact with soldiers of different races and genders.

(2)  Respect the cultural background of fellow soldiers.

(3)  Advocate fair treatment for all soldiers.

(4)  Recognize and respect fellow soldiers' individual needs, aspirations, and capabilities.

(5)  Communicate openly and honestly with fellow soldiers.

b. Make on-the-spot corrections of fellow soldiers whose behaviors are contrary to Army EO and sexual harassment policies.

(1)  Correct soldiers using racial or sexually harassing nonverbal gestures.

(2)  Correct soldiers using racial or sexually harassing verbal comments.

(3)  Correct soldiers displaying racial or sexually harassing visual materials.

(4)  Correct soldiers who physically contact other soldiers in a sexual manner.

c. Follow recommended techniques for dealing with sexual harassment.

3.   Report behaviors that violate the Army's EO and sexual harassment policies.

a. Report to the chain of command.

b. Report to alternative agencies.

c. File an EO or sexual harassment complaint.

d. Report intimidation, harassment, or reprisal for making a complaint.

Evaluation Preparation: 

Setup: This task can be tested in an administrative or field environment.  Give the soldier a scenario that provides sufficient information to evaluate his knowledge of the Army's EO and sexual harassment polices, prohibited acts, and actions that should be taken if a violation occurs.

Brief Soldier: Inform soldier that he will be tested on his knowledge of the Army's EO and sexual harassment polices, prohibited acts, and actions that should be taken if a violation occurs.

Performance Measures

GO

NO GO

1.   Treated others with dignity and respect.

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a. Demonstrated Army values associated with EO.

 

 

(1)  Displayed unquestionable loyalty.

 

 

(2)  Followed higher duty to the Army and the nation.

 

 

(3)  Treated people as they should be treated.

 

 

(4)  Lived up to all the Army values.

 

 

b. Conformed to the Army's EO and sexual harassment policies.

 

 

(1)  Avoided making racial or sexual comments and/or gestures.

 

 

(2)  Avoided making national origin or religious comments, jokes or slurs.

 

 

(3)  Avoided displaying racial or sexually offensive visual materials.

 

 

(4)  Avoided making unsolicited and unwelcome sexual contact with fellow soldiers.

 

 

(5)  Avoided stereotyping fellow soldiers or making assumptions about their cultural background, race, religion, or beliefs.

 

 

(6)  Avoided using profanity or sexually oriented language.

 

 

(7)  Avoided discounting the religious beliefs of fellow soldiers.

 

 

c. Avoided belonging to extremist organizations or participating in extremist activities.

 

 

d. Avoided engaging in intimate personal relationships with soldiers of different ranks that could disrupt unit cohesion.

 

 

2.   Personally acted to keep the unit free from unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment.

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a. Promoted EO and interpersonal harmony.

 

 

b. Made on-the-spot corrections of fellow soldiers whose behaviors were contrary to Army EO and sexual harassment policies.

 

 

c. Followed recommended techniques for dealing with sexual harassment.

 

 

3.   Reported behaviors that violated the Army's EO and sexual harassment policies.

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Evaluation Guidance:  Score the soldier GO for each performance measure passed.  Score the soldier NO GO for each performance measure  failed.  Soldier must receive a GO on all performance measures to receive a GO for the task.  If the soldier receives a NO GO, show him what he did wrong.

References

 

Required

Related

 

AR 600-13

AR 670-1

 

AR 600-20

 

 

DA PAM 350-20

 

 

DA PAM 600-26

 

 

DODDIR 7050.6

 

 

MANUAL-MCM

 

 

TC 26-6