What can the boss get away with?

Laabs, Jennifer
June 1998
Workforce (10928332);Jun98, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p38
Deals with the issue of sexual harassments and its implications for employers in terms of policies and procedures in the United States. Details on the case of Paula Corbin Jones versus President Bill Clinton; Information on sexual harassment; Conflicting opinions laws; Implications of the Jones versus Clinton case. INSETS: Business meeting etiquette: Where and when?;Employers are getting smarter about handling sexual harassment....


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