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Surname1 IRAC ANALYSIS Stoll vs. Runyon Issues Issue 1 Most coworkers witnessed ceaseless instances of sexual harassment against Cynthia Stoll and other fellow women workers in the place of work. What is the appropriate course of action? Issue 2 Being the supervisor who has knowledge of Cynthia Stoll’s sexual harassment, what is the appropriate course of action against such conducts? Issue 3 Cynthia Stoll’s sexual harassment was reported to the office of the Human Resources at the Sacramento Post Office. What are the answerability for taking care if this situation as the Human Resources Director? Issue 4 As a member of the Post Office house counsel, what are the appropriate recommendations for Cynthia Stoll’s situation? Issue 5 In relation to the Office of Federal Operations ruling on March 18, 1996, there was noncompliance on the part of the Sacrament Post Office with that ruling. Issue 6 Post Office’s pronouncement on Cynthia Stoll’s lack of eligibility to equitable tolling resulted into the dismissal of Stoll’s pro se complaint by the district court. Rules Rule in relation to Issue 1 A given witness to the workplace sexual harassment is always encouraged to communicate such a behavior to a supervisor. Rule in relation to Issue 2 Regardless of the source and the mode of a report on sexual harassment, supervisors are always in charge of and should investigate cases of sexual harassment. Rule in relation to issue 3
Surname2 The Director of Human Resources bears the burden for alerting the relevant parties the magnitude of the circumstances under which sexual harassment activities are perpetrated thus, consequently logging an investigation in such matters. Rule in relation to Issue 4 In relation to the Sacramento Post Office, it is recommended to put into place, an internal investigation team to probe the matter pertaining to the work place sexual harassment. Rule in relation to Issue 5 The Office of Federal Operations(OFO) resolution instructed the Sacramento Post Office to compute Cynthia’s back pay in days not exceeding 60 of the stipulated March 18 th letter, and similarly, to pay her in 60 days’ full amount of the computation. Further, the

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