Author: United States Commission on Civil Rights. New Hampshire Advisory CommitteePublish On: 1982
A 1981 report by the Federal Merit Systems Protection Board on sexual harassment in Federal government employment found that 42 percent of all female Federal employees surveyed reported being sexually harassed .
Author: United States Commission on Civil Rights. New Hampshire Advisory Committee
Author: United States Commission on Civil Rights. Massachusetts Advisory CommitteePublish On: 1983
Those who claim that harassment of males by females must get equal consideration do have a point , but very few females are in positions of advantage over males in the workplace . Sexual overtures from the employee to the supervisor ...
Author: United States Commission on Civil Rights. Massachusetts Advisory Committee
against a female employee on the basis of sex with respect to " terms , conditions , or privileges ” of employment when its supervisors sexually harassed her without objection from the department director . The decision went beyond the ...
er for sexual harassment by one nonsupervisory employee of another is not strict . The plaintiff must prove that the employer was negligent in having failed to discover and prevent it . ” But when , as in this case , the only possible ...
Author: Lawrence Solotoff
Publisher: Law Journal Press
This book covers such topics as: the FAMLA; the development of sex discrimination and sexual harassment statutes; "glass ceiling" and "glass wall" issues in professional and academic settings.