Sexual harassment

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  • Các mẫu thư tiếng Anh sử dụng trong quản lý nhân sự - SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICY

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  • Sexual harassment offline is a well-known, highly prevalent, extensively investigated, and intensively treated social problem. An accepted model classifies sexual harassment behaviors into the categories of gender harassment, unwanted sexual attention, and sexual coercion. Theory and research show that sexual harassment behavior occurs as a product of person × situation characteristics and has substantial personal and organizational costs.

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  • Imagine a world in which the laws and policies of every country allowed women to fully enjoy their reproductive rights. While this is still a distant goal, a confluence of factors has enabled women’s health and rights advocates to bring it into focus. The 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) and the 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women (FWCW) were groundbreaking for so many reasons, among them that governments agreed that everyone has reproductive rights, and that they are an inalienable part of established international human rights.

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  • heir indicators of low female autonomy include relatively large age differences between husbands and wives, relatively greater breaks between a woman’s natal and affinal homes on marriage, and relatively large gender gaps in educational indicators, as well as strong indicators of son preference. 2 Much other research confirms their general conclusions.

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  • A Threat to Employee Privacy in the Wired Workplace Annotation. Opening sentences provide background for thesis. As the Internet has become an integral tool of businesses,company policies on Internet usage have become as common aspolicies regarding vacation days or sexual harassment. A 2005study by the American Management Association and ePolicy Institute found that 76% of companies monitor employees’ use ofthe Web, and the number of companies that block employees’ access to certain Web sites has increased 27% since 2001 (1).

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  • Education is an important tool in the fight against HIV/AIDS. And while most schools are welcoming to children, some schools fail to provide the necessary protection for children to flourish and, in fact, may expose young people – especially girls – to violence. School cultures can contribute to gender violence. Often, gender stereotypes and inequities abound in the classroom, where different behaviours and roles are expected from girls and boys. Gender-based school violence takes many forms.

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  • Chapter 12 - Power, politics and persuasion. The goal is for you to learn: define power and counterpower, describe the five bases of power in organisations, explain how information relates to power in organisations, discuss the four contingencies of power, discuss the role of power in sexual harassment, explain how organisational power creates problems in romantic relationships at work, summarise the advantages and disadvantages of organisational politics.

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  • After reading this chapter, you will be able to answer the following questions: What does it mean to be an at-will employee? What are the federal laws governing employment discrimination? What are the legal requirements for a charge of sex discrimination or sexual harassment? What categories of people are protected from discrimination?,...

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  • Many youth in the United States have fully integrated the Internet into their daily lives. For them, the Internet is a positive and powerful space for socializing, learning, and engaging in public life. Along with the positive aspects of Internet use come risks to safety, including the dangers of sexual solicitation, online harassment, and bullying, and exposure to problematic and illegal content.

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  • Legal definitions of IPV reference state or federal laws and generally refer specifically to threats or acts of physical or sexual violence including forced rape, stalking, harassment, certain types of psychological abuse and other crimes where civil or criminal justice remedies apply. Laws vary from state to state. Since non-physical forms of IPV can have many medical, psychological, behavioral and developmental effects, the definition used in these Guidelines is better suited for the identification and treatment of IPV in the health care setting.

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  • Under VAWA, a “protection order” is defined as “. . . any injunction, restraining order, or any other order issued by a civil or criminal court for the purpose of preventing violent or threatening acts or harassment against, sexual violence, or contact or communication with or physical proximity to, another person . . . .” This expansive definition also includes “any support, child custody or visitation provisions, orders, remedies or relief issued as part of any protection order, restraining order or injunction.” 18 U.S.C. § 2266(5)....

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