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Sexual Harassment - Sexual Harassment When you think of Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky, Anita Hill, Clarence Thomas, or Lorena Bobbit what comes to mind. If you are like many people, sexual harassment probably popped in your head. And because of these famous cases the number of sexual harassment complaints that the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Committee) has increased by more than 50%. Sexual harassment is a big issue nowadays in every business; if left unattended it could cost companies thousands, if not millions, in damages....   [tags: Sex Sexual Harassment Essays Business]
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Different Types of Harassment in the Work Force and at School - Harassment has been an issue in the work force and in many other fields for decades, leading all the way back up to 1964. The United States Congress passed Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, prohibiting discrimination at work on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin and sex. There are many different types of harassment that many do not even know that they can be accused for. Through out my research I will be naming every type of harassment and presenting an article for each topic. One form of harassment that is very common at a young age is bullying....   [tags: Harassment, employment, school,] 984 words
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Sexual Harassment Interventions - Sexual Harassment Interventions Sexual harassment affects people of all ages and races and of both sexes. Although it has been outlawed under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and prohibited under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, many companies and schools have yet to develop adequate policies and procedures for addressing sexual harassment. Evidence of this is apparent in the increased number of grievances filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC): from 10,532 filings in 1993 to 15,889 in 1997 (Ganzel 1998)....   [tags: Sexual Harassment Essays] 1856 words
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Sexual Harassment and the Atmosphere of the Laboratory - Sexual Harassment and the Atmosphere of the Laboratory Sexual harassment and discrimination are still common at research universities despite of the efforts made by universities to stop such related issues. Universities have taken several measures to train the faculty for recognizing sexual harassment and that the department should keep the records and complaints against professors from students and fellow faculty members. Although sexual harassment can no longer be regarded as science misconduct it is still illegal at research institutes....   [tags: Lab Sexual Harassment] 1096 words
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Teenage Sexual Harassment In The Workplace - For millions of teenagers working in the American workforce, being sexually harassed is not an uncommon occurrence in their daily work environment. Unfortunately, teenagers in the workforce become particularly vulnerable to acts of harassment because they lack awareness about their rights as an employee and do not have enough work experience or maturity to address situations that arise in the work environment. These teenagers are usually part-time workers, overlooked for training, view their supervisors as having the ultimate authority over their job, and are more likely to be unaware of harassment policies than other workers within the workforce....   [tags: Work Employment Sexual Harassment] 1624 words
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Harassment - An issue that is particularly pertinent to students in the middle phase of schooling is that of harassment. Harassment has been ‘conceived narrowly as involving physical threatening behavior only. It is now generally seen as including verbal forms of aggression, as in the case of ridicule and name calling’.1 This essay will concentrate on the harassment as an issue within the middle phase of schools, years 5 to 10, and investigate what actions or responses are being taken by schools to address the needs of the learners....   [tags: essays research papers] 1067 words
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Harassment - OUTLINE THESIS STATEMENT: In today’s society 40 percent of the nation’s 55 million working women have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace. I. Introduction II. Types of sexual harassment A. Requirements of sexual harassment 1. Concept of unwelcome conduct 2. Sexual nature of conduct B. Claims of harassment 1. Quid quo pro 2. Hostile environment III. Types of Recourse A. Face-to-face B. Employer intervention C. Legal action IV....   [tags: essays research papers] 1578 words
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Sexual Harassment - ... In 2007, 16% of complaints filed with the EEOC were filed by men (Sexual Harassment Charges). Men are increasingly claiming they’re victims of sexual harassment and sexual harassment of men does occur. The first ever court case involving sexual harassment of a man in the workplace was in 1995. The EEOC sued Domino Pizza after a female supervisor of a male store manager sexually harassed him and then fired him (Tahmincioglu, 2007). In 1998 a ruling by the Supreme Court involving a Louisiana man, who claimed he was sexually harassed by his male manager while working on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, made it clear that men are protected from such harassment at work under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Tahmincioglu, 2007)....   [tags: Occupational Issues, argumentative, persuasive]
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Sexual Harassment - ... Lois Robinson was mentally and emotionally harm by feeling of working in a intimidated environment which pornographic materials were hung, daily inappropriate jokes, and being excluded from the trailer where they all had to complete their paperwork to a men only spot. The posting of the sign was morally wrong and it intentional discriminated against women employees, although Lois was the only female employee. Lewin (1991) pointed out that “A pre-existing atmosphere that deters women from entering or continuing in a profession or job is no less destructive to and offensive to workplace equality than a sign declaring "men only" (p.A.14)....   [tags: Business Ethics ]
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Sexual Harassment - ... Some women may even prefer not to report any allegations of being pressured sexually for fear of what might happen to them if they do. Although it is not lawful to retaliate against an individual for exposing employment practices that discriminate many people would seek retaliatory efforts. Therefore there are many women who feel it may be better for them to suffer in silence than to deal with revengeful or vindictive tactics such as being denied promotions or being scorned by other women who may think that the victim is pressing charges for attention....   [tags: Occupational Issues]
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Sexual Harassment - Sexual Harassment Works Cited Not Included Sexual harassment in the work place is one of the most troubling matters for an employer. If it is left unattended, claims of sexual harassment could place the business at serious risk for costly financial damages and ruined reputations. Employer must open their eyes to the possibility that sexual harassment could happen in their work place and must take all possible steps to prevent its occurrence. In legal terms, sexual harassment is any unwelcome sexual advance or conduct on the job that creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive working environment....   [tags: Papers Work Sex Harassing Esys] 1489 words
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Harassment in the Workplace - Harassment in the workplace In the business world of today, sexual harassment against women in the workplace is becoming a controversial topic. Some scholars believe that it is a serious problem while others disagree and believe the issue has been blown out of proportion. In the following paper, I will be comparing and contrasting two articles: "Sexual harassment in the workplace" by Rose-Robin Pedone, and "America's sexual harassment law is overprotective" by Joan Kennedy Taylor. Pedone and Taylor express different views on the topic of sexual harassment against women in the workplace....   [tags: Management] 547 words
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Sexual Harassment - Sexual Harassment Individual rights are being infringed on all the time in this country. The common law in this country protects against sexual assault and battery, but not sexual harassment. The 1994 Violence Against Women Act has issued guidelines for sexual harassment by the federal agencies but has not set laws that to be enforced. These guidelines are supposed to be followed by men and women around our country. People living in the United States should feel safe and comfortable walking down the streets, in the office or in their schools, and that's the bottom line....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Sexual Harassment - Sexual Harassment Unwelcome sexual behavior has been a serious problem in our society for many years. We need to focus more on this problem, because a lot of men still don’t take it seriously, it happens, because they don’t know the real definition of sexual harassment. Men and women explain in differently. When 1200 men and women were asked if they would consider sexual proposition flattering 68% of men said they would, and only 17% of the women agreed. At the same time 63% of women would be insulted by it and only 15% of men....   [tags: Social Issues Violence Crime Essays]
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Sexual Harassment - Sexual Harassment Sexual Harassment can take many forms; including a request for sexual favors; unwelcome sexual advances towards others, verbal, physical, or foreseeable conduct of a sexual nature towards people. This illegal conduct could occur in houses, or public places, hotels, restaurants, and can most often occur in the workplace. Employers, especially in the service industries, should pay careful attention to complaints by employees about customer conduct. An employer can be held liable under Title VII, for customer harassment if it fails to remedy or prevent a customer-created hostile work environment....   [tags: Papers] 822 words
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - My major is Human Resources. The problem is sexual harassment in the work place. Sexual harassment affects everyone in the work environment. Sexual harassment has been a problem for years. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), sexual harassment includes: Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature ... when submission to or rejection of this conduct explicitly or implicitly affects an individual's employment....   [tags: Human Resources Management, argumentative, persuas] 1152 words
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - ... Sexual harassment arises from unsolicited physical, verbal, and non-verbal behavior of a sexual nature hindering one’s work performance or generating an antagonistic or intimidating work environment. Physical harassment involves inappropriate touching or any other means of improper body contact, including forced sexual encounters. Offensive remarks regarding one’s appearance, clothing, or body constitute verbal harassment. Also, a sexually explicit joke, suggestive or insulting sounds, and undesired sexual propositions or invitations all constitute various forms of verbal harassment....   [tags: Discrimination ]
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - ... Furthermore, a hostile work environment can bring charges of sexual harassment. The definition of a hostile work environment include the conduct was unwelcome, was severe, pervasive, and the claimant found it so offensive as to alter his or her conditions of employment, and the conduct was such that a reasonable person would find it hostile or offensive. Displays of sexually explicit material such as photos, magazines, or posters in the workplace may constitute hostile work environment harassment even though possessing these materials is protected under the Constitution (Ferrell, Fraedrich & Ferrell, 2011)....   [tags: Business Management, argumentative, persuasive]
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - Sexual harassment in the workplace is a huge problem in recent history. It can happen to anyone and it can happen everywhere. It can affect all types of races, gender and age. Statistics today shows that more and more sexual harassment has become an issue due to the large number of cases presented. Mainstream media becomes consume covering sexual harassment because of the high profile cases. Sexual harassment becomes a topic on various TV shows, and on some major morning radio talk shows mostly everyday....   [tags: Sex Crimes, argumentative, persuasive] 1253 words
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Sexual Harassment in America - ... Title VII does not set forth any particular ways that an employer is to prevent sexual harassment. Organizations and companies can begin preventing sexual harassment by simply creating and implementing a sexual harassment policy that prohibits any and all forms of sexual harassment. Once a policy is put into place a sequence of consequences must be defined to inform employees that sexual harassment is not an acceptable action within the organization. Title VII does not forbid teasing or offhand comments but it becomes illegal when the harassment is frequent or so severe that it creates a volatile working environment....   [tags: Civil Rights Act]
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Sexual Harassment and Workplace Violence - ... These mentioned two sexual harassment cases linked the unwanted sexual harassment to affecting the employee’s performance and work environment. Furthermore, no substantial victim mental distress is required to receive jury award (Robbins, Decenzo & Coulter, 2011). The EEOC, in 1993, expressed three situations in which sexual harassment can occur. Sexual harassment situations are acts of verbal or physical conduct that affects the employees work environment, interferes with the employee’s performance, or negatively influences the employee’s future employment opportunities....   [tags: Crime ]
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Sexual Harassment: Plague of the Workplace - ... In order to establish this case, individual employees have to show that they were subjected to unwelcomed conduct of a sexual nature, that the conduct was based on their gender, and the individual employee’s reaction to the unlawful conduct was used as the basis for an employment selection. An example of quid pro quo would be a boss demanding his employee to perform sexual conduct with him in return for a promotion. Although quid pro quo is the easiest type of harassment to prove it is also uncommon compared to the other type of sexual harassment....   [tags: Business Law ]
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Harassment and Discrimination at the Work Place - ... The Age Discrimination in Employment protects individuals 40 years of age and older. Employers need to have a clear understanding about the laws that are in place to protect them and their employees as well as how to prevent and address such claims. An option for employers is provide training for their employees and supervisors. Research shows that 49.7% of harassment cases are seen between co-workers, 26.4% from direct supervisors, 17.1% from other superior, and 6.8% from customers and vendors (Glazer, 1996)....   [tags: Human Resource Management ]
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Sexual Harassment at the Workplace - ... The second is The Americans with Disabilities Act, protects individuals on the basis of mental or physical disabilities and The Age Discrimination in Employment, which protects individuals 40 years of age and older. Employers need to have a clear understanding about the laws that are in place to protect them and their employees as well as how to prevent and address such claims. An option for employers is to provide training for their employees and supervisors. Research shows that 49.7% of harassment cases are seen between co-workers, 26.4% from direct supervisors, 17.1% from other supervisors and 6.8% from customers and vendors (Glazer, 1996)....   [tags: Business Ethics ]
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Sexual Harassment is NOT Tolerable - ... From the cases Goodman (1991) mentions in her report, it can be noted that for men, power comes from official authority, and they view sexual harassers as principally managers and supervisors. Men acknowledged that co-workers could sexually harass one another, but co-worker harassment was mainly seen as a mix-up (UMC, 2007). However, women often distinguish all members of an organization as possible harassers, viewing it can be initiated by any person who is perceived as having power. However, it has been claimed that sexual harassment regulations are based on the point of view of the victim, nearly always a woman, and based almost completely on the feelings of the victim....   [tags: employment, rhetorical, rhetoric]
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - ... A precise definition of sexual harassment is hard to provide, however it is often more easily recognized than defined. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission describes sexual harassment as follows: Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other physical or verbal conduct of a sexual nature constitutes sexual harassment when submission to or rejection of this conduct explicitly or implicitly affects an individual’s employment, unreasonably interferes with an individual’s work performance, or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment....   [tags: Business Management, argumentative, persuasive ]
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A Study of Sexual Harassment - ... Anybody who uses quid pro qou should be immediately terminated and brought up on criminal charges to local officials. This is a criminal offense because you are mentally forcing someone to give you sex as compensation promissory of them moving up or down in the company all depending if the workplace. Sexual harassment in the work place occurs mainly because of societal to workplace inequality, poor management and mental issues. Usually societal to workplace inequality plays a role, because women in this country are looked at generally as second class citizens....   [tags: Law]
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Help for Sufferers of Discrimination and Harassment in the Workplace - ... The first one is Quid Pro Quo, this is when an employer tells and employee to submit unwelcome sexual conduct, requests for sexual favors and verbal or physical gestures. Examples of this would be if an employer tells an employee that in order to keep there job they would have to perform a sexual act. The second rule is Hostile Work Environment, which is when verbal or physical sexual conduct affects someone’s ability to perform their job duties from intimidation, hostile or offensive work place....   [tags: Civil Rights]
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Cases Reported on Sexual Harassment in Malaysia - ... This proved that harasser will copy his previous act toward the other victims if he thinks it will work on her too. The company in this case, Edaran Communication SB has an effective human resources management where the complaint board does not only cover clerical workers and officers but cover the cleaners who are not permanent workers in the company. The victims had made complaints to the board and according to the Company Sixth Witness (C6W), they had called the accused for investigation process....   [tags: Legal Issues, Misconduct] 1237 words
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Sexual Harassment Laws - Sexual Harassment Laws Sexual harassment is one of the biggest problems facing our schools and businesses today. A week rarely goes by without a reminder of the pervasiveness of sexual harassment as a social problem. The definition of sexual harassment is any unwanted or inappropriate sexual attention....   [tags: Papers] 587 words
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Sexual harassment is a crippling reality in the work environment. The effects can be ravaging to an organization, to the individual harassed, fellow employees, and the alleged harasser. In fact sexual harassment is not necessarily about sex , it is about POWER. When someone at work uses sexual behavior to control you, whether it is behavioral or physical in nature, which makes you feel uncomfortable, that is sexual harassment. The exploration of this issue will include a definition of sexual harassment, the intent and behavior of the harasser, the effects sexual harassment has on the harassed, the negative impact sexual harassment has on an organization, procedures and processes of filing a sexual harassment complaint, and management perspective (preventive measures that should be taken)....   [tags: Business Management Human Resources]
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Sexual Harassment and Workplace Policies - Sexual Harassment and Workplace Policies In our society sexual harassment has been in the workplace for years. The use of sexual harassment in the workplace has been remembered best as a weapon used to keep women in their place which would cause them to forfeit promotions within their organizations. It was once believed that women were the only victims but the shift is now changing men are also reporting that they are also victims of sexual harassment on the job. In 1964 the Civil Rights Act was passed and employers began to recognize that they were liable for two types of sexual harassment....   [tags: Employment Violence Crime Papers]
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - The workplace is an environment where you are always to feel safe. That sometimes is not the case. There has been a great increase in sexual harassment lawsuits and claims in the workplace since the Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas hearings. Sexual harassment is any unwanted and offensive sexual advances or sexually derogatory or discriminatory remarks. Not only has there been an increase of sexual harassment since this famous trial, but there have also been more reports of men being harassed in the workplace....   [tags: Employment Violence Essays]
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Each year many people first become aware of sexual harassment when they are harassed in the workplace. Today in the United States there still seems to be a need for general information about sexual harassment. Many people are unaware of exactly what sexual harassment is, how it affects its victims, where it happens, and what to do if it happens to them. There are many laws that protect people from sexual harassment and provide them with information about what to do if you should ever be in this situation (Wyatt, 2000)....   [tags: Business Human Resources] 1461 words
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Missing Works Cited Obviously, it is a very natural thing for men and women to be attracted to each other in sexual ways. Men, more than women, have been historically known to be far more aggressive in their advances toward women sexually and it varies from each woman as to how these aggressive advances make them feel. Advances such as whistling, bottom pinching and glaring are the types of things some men do to women in an attempt to show they are sexually attracted to them....   [tags: Papers] 1303 words
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Sexual Harassment In The Workplace - Sexual Harassment In The Workplace The phrase “sexual harassment” became highly publicized in 1975 as activists and writers began addressing the problem. Shortly after 1980, articles and publications in regards to sexual harassment spread rampantly as the result of congressional hearings, increased litigation, and the adoption of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission guidelines. Harassment on the basis of sex is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Right Act 1964. Title VII states, “Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual’s employment; submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as the basis for employment decisions affecting the individual; or such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment....   [tags: Research Essays Term Papers]
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The Injustice of Sexual Harassment - The Injustice of Sexual Harassment Injustices in this world infect people's lives like diseases. One in particular has not only developed over the years, but cases spring up in the most unthought of places. This injustice commonly known as sexual harassment affects women, children, and occasionally men all across the globe. There are many aspects when it comes to sexual harassment including its background, opposing viewpoints on the popular belief, the popular viewing, sexual harassment in today's society, solutions to the problem, and what the future would be like without this injustice on the world's hands....   [tags: Papers] 1090 words
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Sexual Harassment Today - Sexual Harassment Today Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature constitutes sexual harassment when submission to or rejection of this conduct explicitly or implicitly affects an individual's employment, unreasonably interferes with an individual's work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment. Sexual Harassment can take many forms, including a request for sexual favors; unwelcome sexual advances towards others, verbal, physical, or foreseeable conduct of a sexual nature towards people....   [tags: Papers Sex Harassing Abuse Essays] 717 words
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Sexual Harassment is No Joke - Sexual Harassment is No Joke      "Hey that's sexual harassment and I don't have to take it!" Many women have made this comment in any uncomfortable situations. In today's society there has been confusion over what constitutes sexual harassment. It has been agreed upon that unwanted physical contact is classified as sexual harassment. However, all inappropriate language with a sexual overtone is also sexual harassment. Verbal comments such as sexual jokes and indecent comments reported or not, is sexual harassment....   [tags: Expository Exemplification Essays]
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Sexual Harassment In The Workplace - Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Every public and private employer in the State of California (except the federal government and religious, non-profit corporations or associations) is subject to the California Fair Employment and Housing Act’s (FEHA), which prohibits against sexual harassment in the workplace. Individual supervisors, managers and non-supervisory employees are individually subject to the FEHA’s anti-harassment provisions. The goal of the FEHA is to familiarize supervisors and managers with their responsibilities under California law for responding to, and preventing, sexual harassment....   [tags: Employment Violence Papers]
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Same Sex Harassment - Same Sex Harassment Imagine that you are in the shower of the gym at work and three co-workers enter, then hold you down to the ground while rubbing their genitalia across your bare skin. No matter what the circumstance you would find this behavior appalling and disgusting. Now think to yourself if every person involved had been a male. Would you say that they were just "horsing around?" I hope not. The attitude of American society and legal culture regarding sexual harassment has changed over the last 35 years....   [tags: Papers] 1645 words
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Sexual Harassment Case - Sexual Harassment Case The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) sexual harassment guidelines and the Civil Act of 1964, indicate that Susan Parker was indeed sexually harassed throughout her employment at Plastech Industries. The EEOC has created a set of guidelines that determine liability. These EEOC guidelines say that "A key factor in determining liability is whether the employer has an effective internal grievance procedure that allows employees to bypass immediate supervisors (who are often the offenders)" (Making the Sale p.46)....   [tags: Papers] 1290 words
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - Sexual Harassment has been very problematic issue in the workplaces. It occurs everywhere in the world. Throughout the history, many women have suffered from unsolicited sexual behaviors, usually provoked by their employers. However, according to the article" The Complicated World of Same Sex Sexual Harassment", found on the website: <a href="http://www.ballardspahr.com/press/article.asp?ID=160,">http://www.ballardspahr.com/press/article.asp?ID=160,</a> the harasser can be of the same gender as the victim, and the victim can be also male or female....   [tags: Management] 815 words
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Female Journalists and Sexual Harassment - Female Journalists and Sexual Harassment Twenty-first century America faces many problems, and sexual harassment has clearly become a pervasive one. Sexual harassment is about a lack of respect that makes an individual feel violated, whether it is about their gender or the inappropriate manner in which they may be treated. Specifically, the workplace has become a very common place for sexual harassment to take place, and while inhibiting the work quality of employees; it is degrading to any victim of the illegal practice....   [tags: Work Gender Discrimination Essays] 1054 words
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Sexual harassment in the workplace is a very serious problem that needs to be dealt with effectively. What is sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is defined as a form of sex discrimination, which is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It involves unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, especially when submission to this conduct is made a term or condition of one?s employment (www.business.strose.edu)....   [tags: Papers Women Sex] 1743 words
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Sexual Harassment in School - Sexual Harassment in School Sexual Harassment in school usually occurs during passing, recess, or during lunch. Sexual harassment can range from a quick glance to a hoot or whistle. In many cases, one does not know that they are being harassed or harassing someone. Maybe a friend tells you a dirty joke or someone who you see everyday and who you do not know gives you an unusual smile. Do you feel offended by the joke. Are you uncomfortable with the person giving you a smile. Some may say that this is more of a paranoia problem and then just push it aside, but in most cases, it is not....   [tags: Papers] 604 words
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Comparing Rape and Sexual Harassment - Comparing Rape and Sexual Harassment Rape and sexual harassment are serious violations against individuals, both male and female. Many victims of these crimes present a wide range of issues that have diverse negative effects and greatly impact their lives. In the following essay I will define both rape and sexual harassment as well list some of the common effects both events create. Rape is defined as unlawful sexual intercourse with a man/woman without his/her consent. The assault comes as a devastating shock, destroying the victim's ability to maintain the important illusion of personal safety and invulnerability, and threatens many assumptions and beliefs survivors may have about themselves and the world around them....   [tags: Papers] 399 words
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Sexual Harassment In The Workplace - SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE History of Sexual Harassment Sexual Harassment has being in existence from feudal times to present days history, a history which is first traced in the Middle Ages and the feudal era, custom stipulated that all vassals or serfs were required to give their brides to their masters. The only way this could be avoided was where the bride or the bridegroom paid a specific amount of produce in redemption dues. While this may seem different from the normal forms of sexual harassment on the job, in fact, in feudal times, the feudal lord was the employer of his vassals and serfs, and their brides became his sexual property....   [tags: Violence Crime Papers]
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Same Sex Harassment - Same Sex Harassment Joseph Oncale was employed from August to November of 1991 by Sundowner Offshore Services, Inc., as a roustabout on a sea-based oil rig for $7 an hour. He had worked on offshore rigs before (and does today), but says he's never encountered such abusive treatment as when he signed on with Sundowner. Oncale claims that while on the job he was sexually harassed by three male Sundowner employees: John Lyons, his supervisor; and Danny Pippen and Brandon Johnson, two co-workers....   [tags: Papers] 1288 words
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Sexual Harassment and Rape - Sexual Harassment and Rape Cheryl, sixteen, trainer for her high-school girl's volleyball team and photographer for the school newspaper, arrived at the gym at about 9:00 Saturday for a volleyball tournament. She left her purse and equipment with friends while she went to the restroom. When the game started and she hadn't returned to the team's bench, her friends went to look for her. Her raped body was found behind some stage backdrops on the balcony of the school auditorium(Booher 12). Sexual harassment and rape are prevalent in all aspects of society....   [tags: Papers] 1370 words
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Cyberstalking and Harassment on The Internet - Cyberstalking and Harassment on The Internet The World Wide Web and Internet are great places to study, work, or even play. But there is an ugly side of cyberspace. Cyberspace reflects the real world and some people tend to forget that. Cyberstalking and harassment are problems that a large number of people (especially women) are realizing. (Jenson, 1996, p.1) Just because an individual owns a computer and has an Internet account do not assume that person is considerate or respectful. There are just as many stalkers in cyberspace as anywhere else....   [tags: Papers, cyber crime, cyber stalking, internet] 548 words
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Email Sexual Harassment - Email Sexual Harassment Communications has been in a process of evolution and revolution from the time the first cave person drew pictures on a wall through the inventions of the printing press, the telephone, radio, and television to the most current revolution – the Internet. This paper will attempt to provide an overview into one area of on-line communication: e-mail. More particularly, it will attempt to briefly examine sexual harassment via e-mail and the constitutionally granted rights of the First Amendment....   [tags: Internet Computers Papers]
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Harassment and Abuse of Women in the Military - Harassment and Abuse of Women in the Military Women all around the world who are in the military are constantly getting harassed and raped by the soldiers and there is nothing that anybody is doing about it. There are many solutions that have been tried to prevent women abuse in the military, but many of them have failed. For example, the government, a few years ago made it clear that they were not going to tolerate any harassments from anybody, yet they did not keep their word. A few years ago, the government tried to prevent women from getting abused, by just warning the men to not to do it again....   [tags: Military] 1066 words
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Discrimination in the Workplace - ... Bureau of Labor and Statistics shows that women who work 40-44 hours a week earn 84.65% less than men working the same amount of hours (Grohol). A woman who works full time earns 77 cents for every full time male dollar, meaning men make 23 cents more than woman per dollar just because of their gender. According to womensmedia.com if you are a young woman who graduated last summer from high school, you will earn $700,000 less than the young man standing in line with you to get his diploma over your working life, and if you graduated from college, you’ll lose $1.2 million compared to the man getting his degree along with you (Murphy)....   [tags: Sexual Harassment]
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Civil Rights Act and Sexual Harassment - Civil Rights Act and Sexual Harassment Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination. Federal law as well as various state fair-employment laws prohibit employers with 15 or more employees from treating members of one sex or race differently from members of the opposite sex or another race in terms, conditions, or privileges of employment. The statutory and regulatory laws govern the entire employment process from pre-employment activities such as recruiting, through an employee's career with the organization, including termination....   [tags: Papers] 349 words
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Title VII of Civil Rights Act of 1974 - Gender and Sexual Discrimination - ... 57, 1986. The ruling in Meritor became a turning point for sexual harassment cases. The Court used the EEOC's guidelines to unanimously decide that sexual harassment in the workplace is illegal and protected under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Discrimination is true across all industries and business including the practice of law. The one profession charged with prosecution and defense of such cases – even it is not immune and therefore must take action against discrimination. Growing incident and concern of discrimination of gender and sex and sexual discrimination has opened the eyes of many to its true prevalence....   [tags: Sexual Discrimination]
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Behind Closed Doors - Behind Closed Doors Over the years, many people have believed that the issue of sexual harassment should not be discussed in public. Sexual harassment was to be discussed behind closed doors. In spite of this, the social and political systems have changed instantaneously. This social problem has affected men and women throughout time; however, it seems that the women of our society more closely look at this issue. This social topic has encouraged women to establish organizations in order to help them discuss the issues more openly and to demand equality including fairness and justice throughout the workplace and in their social lives as well....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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