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Title Author Type Date Words
Creating a safer workplace. Perry, Jessica Mar 4, 2019 1139
Q&A concerning policies on harassment. Le, Shayda Zaerpoor Sep 18, 2018 934
We Can Do Better: Creating a Workplace Sexual Misconduct Task Force. Datz, Caryn A. Sep 1, 2018 1348
Bill to Expand Harassment Training Requirements Passes California Assembly. Brief article Aug 31, 2018 259
WDVA: Despite firing harasser, employer could be liable. Lightle, Rebecca M. Aug 23, 2018 922
Mississippi Poultry Firm Settles Discrimination Suit for $3.75M. Brief article Aug 3, 2018 184
4th Cir.: City worker's Title VII retaliation claim revived. Lightle, Rebecca M. Jul 9, 2018 1532
Feds Sue G2 Corporation, Alleging Sex Harassment at Texas Facility. Jun 18, 2018 384
4th Cir.: Employer not liable for supervisor's crude comments. Lightle, Rebecca M. Jun 17, 2018 910
Firefighter presented triable Title VII issues. Lightle, Rebecca M. Feb 8, 2018 746
Costly HR Harassment Mistakes. Brief article Jan 1, 2018 183
When patrons sexually harass library staff. Barbour, Maggie Jun 1, 2017 1746
Bias in the air: rethinking employment discrimination law. Ford, Richard Thompson Jun 1, 2014 18851
The unwelcome requirement in sexual harassment: choosing a perspective and incorporating the effect of supervisor-subordinate relations. Ramsini, Larsa K. May 1, 2014 15222
New laws against bullying. Brief article Feb 1, 2014 105
Religious accommodation in the workplace. Bowal, Peter; Goloubev, Maxim Essay Jan 1, 2011 2076
Lateral and vertical violence in nursing. Stanley, Karen M. Oct 1, 2010 459
Reference reports from 2010 ANA House of Delegates. Aug 1, 2010 3225
Corporations beware: the Eighth Circuit announces new criteria for parent corporation liability and constructive notice of harassment. Hall, Lawrence S. Mar 22, 2010 10218
Ethical and legal resources that relate to lateral violence. Dulaney, Peggy Jan 1, 2010 895
Claimants beware: strict deadline limit federal employment discrimination suits: claimants must adhere to strict time limits both when they initially file an employment-discrimination charge with the EEOC and when they act on a right-to-sue letter. This article reviews the applicable statutes - including the new Ledbetter Act - and Illinois-based cases. Bennardo, Kevin Jun 1, 2009 3084
Language, national origin, and employment discrimination: the importance of the EEOC guidelines. Robinson, Andrew J. May 1, 2009 11721
Diversity and discrimination: a look at complex bias. Kotkin, Minna J. Apr 1, 2009 23798
Naming workplace bullying: women workers speak out. Petitpas-Taylor, Ginette Mar 22, 2009 1574
Rhymes with rich: power, law, and the bitch. Tamayo, Yvonne A. Jan 1, 2009 9190
Hidden in plain sight: achieving more just results in hostile work environment sexual harassment cases by reexamining Supreme Court precedent. Keller, Elisabeth A.; Tracy, Judith B. Jan 1, 2008 15067
Realizing the potential of the joint harassment/retaliation claim. Jain, Eisha Oct 1, 2007 18094
"Tell me where it hurts": workplace sexual harassment compensation and the regulation of hysterical victims. Makela, Finn Mar 22, 2006 8896
Acknowledging informal power dynamics in the workplace: a proposal for further development of the vicarious liability doctrine in hostile environment sexual harassment cases. Carle, Susan D. Mar 22, 2006 15137
Contractors on the "battlefield:" providing adequate protection, anti-terrorism training, and personnel recovery for civilian contractors accompanying the military in combat and contingency operations. Addicott, Jeffrey F. Jan 1, 2006 26676
Warden's consensual affairs created hostile prison workplace. Ertel, Karen Oct 1, 2005 764
"Hostility to the presence of women": why women undermine each other in the workplace and the consequences for Title VII. Mizrahi, Ramit May 1, 2004 20455
Quid without a quo: harassment law changes its terminology without changing its meaning. Israel, Joel Jun 22, 2003 13937
A new framework for sexual harassment cases: using social science data to prove emotional distress can protect clients from invasive forensic evaluations and convince jurors to award adequate compensation. Fitzgerald, Louise F. Mar 1, 2003 5113
Reading your every keystroke: protecting employee e-mail privacy. Wesche, Todd M. Report Jan 1, 2002 10061

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