Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: A Review of the Legal Rights and Responsibilities of All Parties
Management and International Business
In recent years, no area of employment law has generated as much concern and controversy as sexual harassment. Employers have gained a keen, and often painful, awareness of the consequences of sexual harassment in the workplace. This article addresses the issue of sexual harassment from the perspective of the rights and responsibilities of all parties involved, including the employer, employee, coworker, nonemployee, charging party (alleged harassee), and accused (alleged harasser).
Public Personnel Management
Robinson, R. K.,
Allen, B. M.,
Franklin, G. M.,
Duhon, D. L.
(1993). Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: A Review of the Legal Rights and Responsibilities of All Parties. Public Personnel Management, 22(1), 123-135.
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