What Every Manager Needs to Know about Sexual Harassment

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AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn, 2005 - Business & Economics - 228 pages
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Sexual harassment is a malign specter hovering over workplaces everywhere. One touch of its foul breath can devastate businesses, causing them to lose millions of dollars, not to mention waste bundles of time and energy. Needless to say, organizations are running scared.

This book provides managers with vital information to protect themselves and their companies from lawsuits, bad publicity, decreased employee morale, and other associated miseries. Topics covered include:

* laws and court decisions (including the most recent Supreme Court rulings)

* what behavior is acceptable--and what isn't

* preventive policies and staff training

* investigating complaints, and more.

With one of every three cases filed with the EEOC involving a sexual harassment claim, managers need help. This complete "answer book"--with real-life scenarios, self-help quizzes, checklists, and thoughtful analysis--gives them just the guidance they need.


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The increase in the number of lawsuits alleging sexual harassment has become one of the most challenging and perplexing legal issues for human resource managers. Orlov, president of a consulting and ... Read full review


The Meaning of Sexual Harassment
Implementing an Effective Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy
Dealing With Your Own Personal Attitudes and Conduct
Taking In the Initial Complaint of Sexual Harassment
Investigating Complaints of Sexual Harassment
Taking Prompt and Effective Corrective Action
Sexual Harassment Training

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"DARLENE ORLOV (New York City) is president of Orlov Resources for Business, Inc., a consulting and training firm.

MICHAEL T. ROUMELL (Chicago, IL) is a principal at Ogletree, Deakins, Murphy, Smith & Polk, a law firm specializing in labor and employment law."

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