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- New law says managers can be personally liable... Barquer, Phillip A. // Orange County Business Journal;3/10/97, Vol. 20 Issue 10, pA-8
Focuses on efforts to stop harassment and discrimination in the workplace in California, highlighting a law which states that individual supervisors may be held personally liable in sexual harassment cases. Reference to a supervisor's liability court case; How the outcome of the case has...
- Ms. communication. Gutfeld, Greg // Men's Health (10544836);May96, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p73
Focuses on how to deal with women co-workers in the work environment. Considerations in making fun in front of women co-workers; Mastering simple talk that appeals to women; Being aware of roughhousing; Importance of eye contact in women. INSETS: Directions? We don't need no stinking...
- Penalty standards for sexual harassment offences in unionized workplaces. Taylor, K. Wayne // Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations;Spring98, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p326
Focuses the types of penalty standards in use in workplaces in Canada over the period 1985-1995, to examine the issue of the type of penalties which should be assigned to sexual harassers in unionized workplaces. Standard penalty for sexual harassment involving touching; Conditions which...
- The men's room. // Glamour;Sep94, Vol. 92 Issue 9, p186
Focuses on the use of a facility called the Men's Room as male workers' refuge from female officemates. Topics discussed by men in the Men's Room; Tone of men's conversations; Men's behavior toward female coworkers; Definition of office decorum.
- Sexism: What's the word? // Sell!ng;Sep99, p7
Asserts that sexism is a reality in business and in workplaces. What constitutes sexist behavior; Characteristic of sexist behavior; How to handle sexism with customers and people at work.
- Employer beware of sexual harassment. Gill, Brian // American Printer;Oct98, Vol. 222 Issue 1, p166
Discusses how to handle sexual harassment cases in the workplace. Landmark Supreme Court decision forcing companies to reevaluate their policies and procedures; Sexual misconduct by supervisors; Need for company to develop a training program for employees and supervisors. INSET: Sample...
- Judge Won't Dismiss Discrimination Suit Brought Against CIA. Cort, Joan // Advocate;5/15/84, Issue 394, p9
Reports that a Los Angeles, California-based federal judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit against the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), filed by a electronics engineer whose security clearance at his own workplace was revoked because of his being a gay. Claim of CIA against the court;...
- Business Success Moves Women Beyond Stereotypes. // Business Journal (Central New York);05/04/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p22
Editorial. Focuses on the success of women in business in New York. Effect on the women's roles; Changes in the definition of being a businesswoman; Movement into leadership in business.
- OPTIMAL TRAINING FOR OPPOSITE-SEX MANAGERS. Berryman-Fink, Cynthia; Fink, Charles B. // Training & Development Journal;Feb85, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p26
Examines the steps needed for progressive organizations to provide their male and female managers with equal opportunities. Conducting needs assessment; Formulating objectives; Conducting training; Evaluation.