Managing sex and the workplace

Davis, Howard A.
August 1998
Food Management;Aug98, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p82
Trade Publication
Part II. Focuses on the management of sexual harassment in the workplace. Accounts of sexual harassment in the workplace; Liability of employers for sexual harassment; Details on some court rulings on employers' liability for sexual harassment in the workplace.


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