American Journal of Management
The complex problem of workplace sexual harassment has now been put in sharper focus by the publicity of high-profile cases and the advent of the #MeToo movement, both of which have educated victims and motivated them to assert their civil rights. Employers can anticipate an increase in reported incidents and will need to reevaluate the sufficiency of their current anti-harassment policies, reporting procedures and support training to prevent sexual harassment. Employers ' should not stop there but should include efforts to create a culture of respect to prevent incidences of sexual harassment in the first place.
Original Publication Citation
Zugelder, M. T., Crosgrove, D. M., & Champagne, P. J. (2018). Sexual harassment prevention after #MeToo: Employers' need to reevaluate. American Journal of Management, 18(3), 104-112.
Zugelder, Michael T.; Crosgrove, Darrell M.; and Champagne, Paul J., "Sexual Harassment Prevention After #MeToo: Employers' Need to Reevaluate" (2018). Finance Faculty Publications. 31.
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