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It is illegal to create a hostile
work environment because an employee has rejected sexual advances. Furthermore, an employer has an affirmative duty to take measures to prevent a hostile work environment from continuing once it becomes aware of what is going on.
Here, you are clearly being harassed because you rejected the sexual advances of your boss. Furthermore, it seems your employer is only concerned with protecting itself. Signing a "waiver" cannot possibly benefit you and can only serve to hurt your position. I understand that you do not want to create trouble, but you are describing seriously disturbing behavior and you do not need to be subjected to it.
Therefore, it would be incredibly wise to immediately consult with an attorney. It would also be wise to document your concerns about the harassment you are experiencing with HR in writing--that way there is record of it and your employer cannot deny that you have complained. See here to locate a lawyer in your area who can help: https://www.mytela.org/TE/index.cfm?event=showapppage&pg=members&configid=157&showfullpage=1
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