SEXUAL HARASSMENT HANDBOOK
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ITEM #:  50090218   |   PUBLISHED:  MAY 21, 2018
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Sexual Harassment Handbook, 1st Edition

Edited by Jean M. Boler, Tina Burnside & Judith B. Langevin

Sexual harassment in the workplace is a growing concern – one that all employees and employers need to be aware of in today’s workplace. The Sexual Harassment Handbook serves as a practical resource for attorneys and other professionals dealing with the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace. The book covers a variety of topics related to sexual harassment, including what constitutes sexual harassment, creating anti-harassment policies, providing effective training to prevent sexual harassment, investigating and responding to claims, and more!

CHAPTER 1
What Constitutes Unlawful Sexual Harassment
Unlawful Sexual Harassment: Defined; Legal Implications of the Harasser’s Role with the Employer; Associated Civil Claims; Criminal Law Implications
– David E. Schlesinger & Michelle L. Kornblit

CHAPTER 2
Anti-Harassment Policies, Complaint Procedures & Culture
Crafting Effective Anti-Harassment Policies; Receiving and Responding to Questions and Complaints; Creating a Positive Workplace Culture
– Jenny Gassman-Pines

CHAPTER 3
Effective Training to Prevent Sexual Harassment
Introduction; EEOC Guidance on Sexual Harassment Training; Various Types of Sexual Harassment Training; The Use of Hypotheticals For Training; Conclusion
– Fran Sepler

CHAPTER 4
Investigations and Response to Claims
The EEOC’s Checklist For Harassment Investigations; Pre-Investigation; Investigation; Post-Investigation
– Jen Cornell, Veena A. Iyer & Sandra L. Jezierski

CHAPTER 5
Plaintiff & Defense Attorney Practice Pointers for Sexual Harassment Litigation
Introduction; Pre-Suit Considerations; Pleadings; Written Discovery; Depositions; Motion Practice; Settlement; Trial
– Jacqueline A. Mrachek & Lawrence P. Schaefer

APPENDIX 1
Labor Law Considerations
Introduction; Confidentiality Issues (Every Workplace); Concerted and Protected Activity (Every Workplace); The Duty to Bargain (Unionized Workplace); Weingarten Rights; Discipline, Discharge, and Arbitration (Unionized Workplace); Conclusion
– Jessica M. Marsh & Michael J. Moberg

APPENDIX 2
Public Sector Considerations
Conducting Interviews; Collecting Information; Access to an Investigation; Other Considerations Unique to the Public Sector
– Dyan J. Ebert & Cally R. Kjellberg-Nelson

APPENDIX 3
When the Victim of Harassment Is an Undocumented Worker
Introduction; Protections for Undocumented Workers; Eligibility for Remedies; Initial Investigatory Issues; Heightened Retaliation Concerns; Discovery and Litigation Issues; Special Visas That May Be Available to Victims; Conclusion
– Sandro M. Garofalo & Kathryn A. Mrkonich Wilson

APPENDIX 4
When the Alleged Harasser Is a Senior Executive or Other Powerful Person
The Fear of Retaliation and Reluctance to Reveal Facts; The Personality of the Accused Harasser – Challenges For Both Sides; Organizational Impact; Publicity
– Judith Bevis Langevin & Nicholas G.B. May

Case Index
Statutes, Rules & Regulations Index

  • Sample Training Agendas (Chapter 3)

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