Sexual Harassment Essays (Examples)

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MeToo in the Workplace

Words: 1985 Length: 7 Pages Document Type: Essay Paper #: 45294662

#MeToo in the Workplace
With the downfall of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and the fall from grace of several other prominent persons in media and entertainment, business and government— from Charlie Rose to to Matt Lauer to Rep. Patrick Meehan to Les Moonves to Kevin Spacey—a veritable slew of names and stories has appeared, propelling the #MeToo Movement into existence (Glamour). However, some have questioned whether the #MeToo Movement has run into a wall and lost steam just when it looked like it might usher in real change on the heels of so much awareness being raised (Tchen). The question this paper asks is: Has the #MeToo movement changed the way corporations address sexual harassment in the workplace? The answer is that, yes, in some ways it has changed the way corporations address sexual harassment in the workplace—at least in high-profile cases wherein companies want to distance themselves from any…… [Read More]

Works Cited

Elsesser, Kim. “Googlers To Walk Out Over Sexual Harassment: Here Are The Lessons For Google.” Forbes, 2018. https://www.forbes.com/sites/kimelsesser/2018/10/31/googlers-walk-out-over-sexual-harassment-here-are-the-lessons-for-google/#2c0deb477cdb

Glamour. “Post-Weinstein, These Are the Powerful Men Facing Sexual Harassment Allegations,” 2018. https://www.glamour.com/gallery/post-weinstein-these-are-the-powerful-men-facing-sexual-harassment-allegations

Haberman, Clyde. “Roger Ailes, Who Built Fox News Into an Empire, Dies at 77.” New York Times, 2017. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/18/business/media/roger-ailes-dead.html

Littleton, Cynthia and Joe Otterson. “Chris Hardwick to Return as ‘Talking Dead’ Host Following Investigation.” Variety, 2018. https://variety.com/2018/tv/news/chris-hardwick-talking-dead-amc-investigation-1202884339/

O\\\\'Neil, Adrienne, et al. \\\\"The# MeToo movement: an opportunity in public health?.\\\\" The Lancet 391.10140 (2018): 2587-2589.

Ralph, Sarah. \\\\"# MeToo and# TimesUp-what now for employers?.\\\\" Governance Directions 70.3 (2018): 140.

Shultz, Elizabeth. \\\\"The myth of the# MeToo panic.\\\\" Green Left Weekly 1179 (2018): 18.

Tchen, Tina. “#MeToo identified a disease that infects business. We still have a long way to go.” CNN, 2018. https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/14/perspectives/metoo-anniversary/index.html

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IRAC Stoll v Runyon

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IRAC: Stoll v. Runyon

Issue
Issue 2
Cynthia Stoll was subjected to both quid pro quo sexual harassment and a hostile workplace environment at the Sacramento Post Office. In recognition of the psychological and physical trauma she had experienced, Stoll requested “back pay with interest and front pay until her normal retirement age, as well as the payment of her attorney's fees” (Stoll v. Runyon, p.1241). The Post Office refused to award front pay.
Issue 2
Stoll contended she was eligible for disability benefits due to the fact her psychological disturbances were trigged by her harassment.
Rule
Rule 1
The Office of Federal Operations (OFO) and the US Post Office both refused to award front pay, given that Stoll had been so psychologically debilitated by her experience she might not work again and argued that front pay in this instance would be tantamount to compensatory damages which were barred under…… [Read More]











 


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Sexual Harrassment Quid Pro Quo

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3) Implement formal and informal problem solving mechanisms, grievance procedures, investigative measures, and disciplinary procedures to resolve sexual harassment complaints.

4) at least once a year, conduct training sessions for employees. These sessions should teach employees what sexual harassment is, explain that employees have a right to a workplace free of sexual harassment and review your complaint procedure and encourage employees to use it.

5) at least once a year, conduct training sessions for supervisors and managers that are separate from the employee sessions. The sessions should educate the managers and supervisors about sexual harassment and explain how to deal with complaints.

6) Monitor your work environment by talking to employees and inspecting the workplace for offensive material

7) Take all complains seriously. Immediately investigate complains and respond to all valid threats.

8) Assess the work environment for sexual harassment awareness by surveying employees and union members.

9) Hire human…… [Read More]

Bibliography

Preventing sexual harassment in the workplace. http://cobrands.business.findlaw.com/employment_employer/nolo/ency/7440C7F8-0B89-46E4-A1DE73FE99AA61E0.html

Sexual harassment prevention http://www.workplacesolutions.org/questions/harassment.cfm