Victims of sexual harassment typically feel humiliated as a result of the oppressive experience of being harassed in the workplace. A normal response is for victims to feel depressed, angry and powerless. This book is designed to help victims assess their situations and to advise them about how they should respond to the demeaning experience of sexual harassment in the workplace.Tell the Harasser to Stop A victim of sexual harassment should clearly tell the harasser that his or her conduct is ... if the harassment victim feels too scared to verbally confront the harasser, the victim can write a letter telling the harasser to stopanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Victim's Guide to Sexual Harassment for California|
|Author||:||Tim Broderick, Timothy B. Broderick and Katrina Telfer Saleen|
|Publisher||:||Broderick Law Firm - 2010-05-11|