A Victim's Guide to Sexual Harassment for California
Victims of sexual harassment typically feel humiliated as a result of the oppressive experience of being harassed in the workplace. A normal response is for victims to feel depressed, angry and powerless. This book is designed to help victims assess their situations and to advise them about how they should respond to the demeaning experience of sexual harassment in the workplace.
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This book is a well-written and researched guide for victims of sexual harassment at
work. The authors are employment attorneys experienced in sexual harassment litigation and their expertise shines through the text.
I especially appreciated the Cases-in-point section that explored the categorizations
“pervasive” and “severe,” which gives examples of contrasting cases where the courts
decided the facts were or were not sufficient for a sexual harassment case to go forward
to trial. I would recommend this book to anyone contemplating moving forward with
a case of sexual harassment, retaliation, or gender discrimination. They assess both the
risks and benefits of any legal action. A must-read for any victim of such injustice!
I got this book a few months ago.
2 words: Promotional stuff. Not a book.
In summary this book is about T.Broderick and his firm; he is trying to persuade you to start a lawsuit and contact him so that he can make money!
I do NOT recommend this "book", they should call this "advertising" for T. Broderick's firm.
Table of Contents
Distinction Between Sexual Harassment
Affirmative Defenses Limiting Liability
Chapter Six Retaliation
A Common Law Verses Emotional Distress
Selected Sections of Federal Title VII