BUSINESS LAW DISCUSSION POST WEEK 4 - 21242

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In light of workplace bullying and the difficulties plaintiffs face in same-sex harassment cases, would it be better to have anti-harassment statutes aimed at prohibiting unwelcome, offensive treatment, regardless of whether the motive behind the treatment is discriminatory? (Ch 9)

Should employers attempt to restrict romantic relationships between employees as a response to concerns about harassment? Between supervisors and subordinates?  In each case, why or why not? (Ch 9)

Do courts give sufficient weight to the obstacles that might make employees reluctant to report harassment? Explain your reasoning. (Ch 9)

 

 

 

 

 

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In light of workplace bullying and the difficulties plaintiffs face in same-sex harassment cases, would it be better to have anti-harassment statutes aimed at prohibiting unwelcome, offensive treatment, regardless of whether the motive behind the treatment is discriminatory? (Ch 9)

Same sex harassment can be tricky, when it comes down to same sex harassment cases the person with the aggression tends to treat both man and woman employees badly and it is not directed at anyone in general when it is not a sexual issue. There is more luck in the courts when the aggressor is gay or lesbian. But this do