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- NBA's Dallas Mavericks Face Claims of Sexual Harassment and Hostile Workplace
Sports Illustrated has reported this past week that the Dallas Mavericks face multiple claims of both hostile workplace and sexual harassment.
- Megyn Kelly Writer Fired after Reporting Bullying to NBC Execs
NBC is providing an unintentional example of how hard it can be to change workplace culture.
- Definition of Sexual Harassment
Claims of sexual harassment have been all over the news lately, with various celebrities coming forward to tell their stories.
- Policies on How Employees and Supervisors Communicate
There are policies governing employee and supervisor communication for reasons of productivity, and there are policies with bases of legal protection. The most common sense action is to put it all in writing and enforce it all uniformly.
- Why HR Departments May Fail Victims of Harassment
Human Resources Departments are charged with protecting the company, not necessarily the employee.
- What Should You Do about Sexual Harassment?
When the headlines hit close to home.
- What People Don't Know about Discrimination and Harassment at Work
Going to work every day is hard enough. Donít let your employer make it even harder on you by tolerating discrimination and harassment. Federal law and California law prohibits discrimination based on race, color, sex (including sexual harassment), age, sexual orientation, gender identity, medical condition, disability, pregnancy, and marital status.
- One in Three Women Say They Were Sexually Harassed at Work, But Most Donít Report ItóWhy?
Lately, many people are saying that Hollywood has a sexual harassment problem. That may be true, but it raises a larger issue: does every industry have a sexual harassment problem?
- Does a Claim of Sexual Harassment at Work Require the Intent to Offend?
Sexual harassment is a type of sex discrimination that is prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and a number of various state laws. In some situations, an employee or supervisor may make a comment or perform other conduct without intending to harass an alleged victim. However, courts can evaluate the entire circumstances to determine if this conduct rises to the level of sexual harassment.
- I Won My EEOC Claim. Can I Negotiate the Amount Awarded?
When someone faces an employment matter where harassment or discrimination occurs, it is important to seek legal assistance to determine if a settlement is worth the trouble or if the employee should seek further compensation. This could lead to litigation.