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Jacksonville Shipyards 1 Running head: CASE 7.2 JACKSONVILLE SHIPYARDS Case 7.2 Jacksonville Shipyards Oliver James Oliver University Business Ethics November 8, 2009
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Jacksonville Shipyards 2 Case 7.2 Jacksonville Shipyards Lois Robinson had an ethically valid case for sexual harassment against the Jacksonville Shipyards because “the display of pinup calendars and pornographic pictures constituted an unrelenting visual assault on the sensibilities of the female workers and that such a situation constitutes sexual harassment under the ‘hostile working environment’ provision according to judgment in the Robinson v. Jacksonville Shipyards case. Management of Jacksonville Shipyards was not acting in a morally responsible and fair way to protect female employees from a hostile work environment because even when Lois Robinson appealed to management for redress the disregarded her concerns.
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