HARASSMENT FALLS BUT TAKES NEW FORMS TO PUT YOUNG WORKERS MOST AT RISK
- Have a rantâ€¦ Bullying and harassment in the City. // Personnel Today;8/8/2006, p13
The article comments on the harassment faced by former Deutsche Bank AG employee Helen Green. The article questions the work cultures of financial firms. The issue has brought to light the plight of vulnerable's who suffer from the most powerful. The issue has also highlighted the bullying and...
- How to avoid workplace harassment claims. Smith, Shawn // Fairfield County Business Journal;8/5/2002, Vol. 41 Issue 31, p4
Provides advice on how to avoid workplace harassment claims in the U.S. Increase in workplace harassment claims; Need of businesses to offer worker training; Importance of a sound education program.
- Sexual Harassment Issues Could Compromise Closely Held Corporations. Bee, Lisa; Maatman Jr., Gerald L. // National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag;5/26/2003, Vol. 107 Issue 21, p33
Focuses on a case of sexual harassment in the workplace involving two female employees and their male manager in Massachusetts. Appropriateness of terminating the employees engaged in sex during office hours; Implication of decision to refrain from terminating the employees; Determination of...
- Sexual harassment not a thing of the past. Stewart, Bonnie // Westchester County Business Journal;5/19/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 20, p4
Comments on key issues concerning sexual harassment in the workplace. Range of measures implemented by firms to foster better working environments; Range of anti-harassment policies implemented by firms; Implications on the business sector.
- When the innocents are swept up in an hysteria. Cassidy, Mike // Wenatchee Business Journal;Mar95, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p2
Narrates the experiences of the author's friend concerning a false accusation of sexual harassment in the office. Effects of the accusation on the relationships between employees; Lessons and insights from the incident.
- Five myths about sexual harassment. Egler, Theresa Donahue // HRMagazine;Jan95, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p27
Focuses on sexual harassment in the workplace. Increase in sexual harassment complaints; Need for sexual harassment sensitivity training to increase the awareness of supervisors and employers; Misconceptions about sexual harassment.
- Senior managers top the list of workplace ogres. Broad, Mike // Personnel Today;2/4/2003, p51
Cites findings of an online survey by the Web site RoffeyPark.com on managers considered responsible for workplace-related harassment. Percentage of voters who considers senior managers to be responsible for harassment in comparison to line managers; Number of voters who believe in their...
- Workplace sexual harassment in Britain and Western Australia. Khan, Anwar N.; Hohnen, Jacoba // Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector;1994, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p137
Focuses on workplace sexual harassment in Great Britain and Western Australia. British Sex Discrimination Act; Western Australia's Equal Opportunity Act; Examination of relevant developments.
- Woman groped by coworker, then called 'skank-ass bitch' by supervisor. // Legal Alert for Supervisors;8/24/2012, Vol. 8 Issue 175, p4
The article discusses the court case Mann v. Staples which deals with the employee's complaint over hostile work environment as her co-employee harassed her.