This comprehensive, practical guide shows how to identify harassment and to understand its causes in the workplace. It discusses the effect of sexual harassment as it relates to the victim, other personnel Sexual Harassment in the Workplace.
Annotation Sexual harassment in the workplace covers a wide range of conduct-all of which is illegal.
It discusses the effect of sexual harassment as it relates to the victim, other personnel and the company. The harassment of men and the constantly changing standards for proving harassment are also addressed. Included in this title is an overview of the laws governing this topic and an explanation of these laws and the process for filing and pursuing complaints and the potential resolution of the lawsuit-pros and cons.
Practical suggestions relating to options that one has in dealing with sexual harassment are also discussed.
The applicable federal and state laws are explained in easy-to-understand language, including the most recent Supreme Court rulings concerning supervisor and employer liability. Appendices offering extensive resources including publications, websites, telephone counseling, support groups and listings of federal and state agencies make this title necessary for every employee's reference bookshelf.
Your Guide to Legal Action: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Mary L. Boland received her law degree from John Marshall Law School in Since that time, she has worked as a legal advocate for victim's rights.
She has authored legislation protecting victim's rights and has served as a consultant on projects for various public agencies.
She has also sat on many boards, task forces, and committees to develop better responses to sexual assault and sexual harassment victims in criminal and civil legal systems, including the Illinois Task Force on Gender Bias in the Illinois Courts, and the City of Chicago Advisory Council on Women, Violence Against Women Committee, which assisted in the preparation of sexual harassment policies and procedures for the City of Chicago.
Following are some of the books and articles Ms. She has conducted nearly appeals, over 40 oral arguments and supervised over cases in Illinois Appellate and Supreme Courts. The courts have published opinions in more than 80 of her cases. Prior to becoming a prosecutor, Boland represented nonprofit victim service organizations.
Boland is an adjunct professor,teaching courses on the criminal justice system and process; sexual harassment and sexual assault; appellate advocacy; domestic relations; legal research and writing; and Sexual harassment in the workplace spanish books at two universities and for a law school in the Chicagoland area.
She is also an instructor for mandatory continuing legal education MCLE programs. Boland has co-authored a chapter entitled The Effective Prosecutor: Boland has authored five consumer law books, two of which are also in Spanish; all published by Sourcebooks: Crime Victims Guide to Justice 3rd ed. Quiroz-Pecirno ; Sexual Harassment: Boland has a bachelor's degree in political science high honors from Lewis Universitya Juris Doctor degree with distinction from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, and is completing a Master's Degree in Public Administration expected Boland lives in the Chicagoland area.
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Sexual Harassment Prevention Hospitality Industry Employees – Spanish Hospitality-industry examples describe a variety of sexual harassment scenarios. The Spanish Community Member Postcard is a resource created for the Sexual Assault Awareness Month Campaign. The postcard contains information. Last Results List.
Let's Talk About Sexual Harassment In School; An Information & Activities Book Expanded View pages, 8 1/2" x 11".