Personal liability of managers and supervisors for employment discrimination
National Foundation for the Study of Equal Employment Policy, 1986 - Law - 56 pages
This work explores circumstances wherein supervisorbeing held personally liable for violations of federal & state civil rights statutes & common law employee rights. Special attention is given to the standards for determining sexual harassment set out by the United States Supreme Court in Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson.
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