Discusses the results of a study to determine the nature a extent of sexual harassment (SH) in the federal government. Indicates that unwanted sexual attention remains a widespread problem in the federal sector. However, federal agencies have made strides in educating their work forces a raising the level of sensitivity to the issues surrounding SH. Defines SH; quantifies the amount a characteristics of sexual harassment in the federal sector; impact of SH; handling SH; a court decisions a evolving views of SH. Charts, tables a graphs.The question has arisen since the Boarda#39;s last report on sexual harassment as to whether the percentage of employees ... excluding these less serious forms of harassment (i.e., looks / gestures, pressure for dates, letters / calls, and jokes/ remarks) ... As discussed in the next chapter, the sexually harassing behaviors that respondents reported being suba jected to did not usually cause them to use annualanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sexual Harassment in the Federal Workplace|
|Author||:||Evangeline W. Swift|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-07|