Unformatted text preview: and procedures. This case is not a Quid pro quo case because Sara’s job was never affected during the actions that took place. Sara stated that an employee repeatedly made inappropriate and sexually charged remarks to her about her private life, her appearance, and her manner of dress. Sara had repeatedly reported her concerns not only to the manager whom she accused, but also to the human resources department and to another manager. Because the manager continued to act the way he was acting it made Sara’s work environment a hostile work environment. Vince’s company, ABC Corp., has a sexual harassment policy that states, among other things, that the company does not tolerate sexual harassment. Sara was informed of the policy when hired, and she reviewed the policy every year during her annual performance evaluation. Sara tried using this policy by reporting her manager multiple times, but to no avail. In conclusion ABC corp can be held liable for sexual harassment....
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course LPP 255 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.
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