Workplace Sexual Harassment – AAUW : Empowering Women Since 1881
Global diversity professionals say that, to create a workplace environment that prevents offensive language, it’s important to be aware of the differences in individuals' expressions and how these individuals tend to interact and communicate with colleagues.
Three laws have had a dramatic effect on the way sexual assault claims are adjudicated on America’s campuses.
Read more about the Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Family Educational Rights and Family Act (FERPA) and the Clery Act below.
Sexual harassment includes offensive or pervasive conduct in the workplace related to a person’s sex that negatively affects a reasonable person’s employment. Unfortunately, sexual harassment is common in workplaces throughout the United States.
More-frequent training, guidelines for investigations, and consent decrees that force employers to identify and combat discrimination were among the suggestions from experts who testified at a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) hearing on how to prevent harassment in the workplace.
Younger people are as likely to bail for a better opportunity as older ones are. Many mature employees are more interested in the challenge and the environment than in a rocket-to-the-stars career path. But age discrimination persists. There’s a solution to the age discrimination problem.