Sexual harassment in the workplace is unwanted and unwelcome behavior, or attention, of a sexual nature that interferes with your job or work performance and creates a hostile or offensive environment. Sexual advances, statements about sexual orientation or sexuality, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature all constitute sexual harassment. The behavior may be direct or implied.
Discrimination Employment Law Guide
Legal guide for discrimination issues.
Employment Law Articles: Sexual Harassment
Database of articles maintained by Information Law Network.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: Facts About Sexual Harassment
EEOC general information, and guidelines for filing a grievance.
Freedom of Speech vs. Workplace Harassment Law
Comprehensive discussion of free speech issues by Prof. Eugene Volokh, UCLA Law School.
Full Disclosure: Sex, Power & Office Politics at Microsoft
Website by Rod Van Mechelen, who was the fired for sexual harassment in the 1990s.
Mitsubishisucks: Sexual harassment at Mitsubishi
Comprehensive coverage of the Mitsubishi case, including press releases, statements, and abstracts of the surrounding events.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: A Primer
Article with in-depth discussions of current trends, quid pro quo and hostile workplace definitions, company liability, and preventions.
Sexual Harassment In the Workplace: New Problems for Employers
Promotional for a prevention package, plus a list of federal and state law differences, examples of actual judgements and awards, plus text of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
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