Jacksonville Shipyards agreement on some of the activities that constitute

Jacksonville shipyards agreement on some of the

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Jacksonville Shipyards agreement on some of the activities that constitute sexual harassment and differences on others” (Boatright, 2009). In conclusion, the posting of a sign and having posted sexual photographs is not morally acceptable since Robinson had no choice but to utilize that trailer and workplace in the process of performing her daily duties. There should have been a special break area to preserve the male’s private photographs and conversations. Along with that, the proper training should have been conducted so that employees would know what sexual harassment was comprised of and what the implications would result in if there were violations. It takes leadership to act to assure that the workplace is safe and acceptable to prevent these things from happening. With the proper management of what goes on in the workplace, all employees can work in a stress-free and harassment-free environment. 4
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Jacksonville Shipyards References Boatright, J. (2009). Ethics and the Conduct of Business (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Retrieved on May 31, 2010. 5
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