Sexual Harassment: Myths and Verity Sexual harassment is a type of prejudice based on sex primly attacking the modesty, dignity, obeisance of an individual. When someone is sexually harassed at the workplace it can affect the persona in many ways; it undermines the potential of a person to work and perform well at the workplace. Employers who do not take steps for prevention of sexual harassment at workplace can suffer major loss in the productivity of organization and suffer legal expenses if they are unable to fulfil the regulations prescribed under Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 (hereinafter referred to as “SH Act”). We have divided this article into various sections in order to provide ease of understanding to the reader about various complexities embargoed under SH Act. The article is divided under following categories-: A. Sexual Harassment B. Compliance under SH Act Sexual Harrasment Sexual Harassment results in the violations of fundamental rights of women of equality under section 14 and 15 of the constitution of India and right to life and live with dignity under article 21 of the constitution of India and right to practice any profession, trade, business which includes a right to have a safe working environment. Sexual harassment includes any unwelcome behavior or act of conduct of sexual in nature.