Week 3 Individual assignment - Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment (1).doc

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expectations regarding reporting an action taking in a wise manner - Special training aimed at creating awareness sexual orientation - Ensuring that the management as well as the employees are clear on reporting the sexual harassment procedures Recent Case Kraszewski, et al. Carlson v Ailes, Jones v. Price
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Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Chart 4 Example v. State Farm Insurance Co., which was a statewide gender discrimination class action case that Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian and Ho litigated over a 15 year period on behalf of the women who were deterred from and ven rejected from applying for positions to the State Farm Insurance sales agent. Subsequently a monetary relief of $250 million was used to settle the case. 21st Century Fox. Gretchen Carlson has stated that Ailes unlawfully retaliated against her and even sabotaged her career because she refused his sexual advances. She was facing the brunt of the complain that she made about the sexual harassment. Ailes retaliated by terminating Carlson’s employment on June 23, 2016. Needham, the male mechanic of an Aklahoma trucking company filed a claim that he was fired for not giving in to the sexual demands of the female supervisor. Waterhouse v. Hopkins. Price Waterhouse had denied Ann Hopkins a promotion in part because other partners at the firm felt that she did not act as woman should act.
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Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Chart 5 Types of Gender Discrimination Gender discrimination is based on the gender of a person. In general most of the women have faced one or the other type of discrimination at their workplace because of their gender. The first type of discrimination is with respect to the employment practices. The Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was enacted to combat the issues of sexual and gender discrimination (Dreiband, Swearingen & Day, 2015). The Section 703 of the Title VII states that employers cannot fail or refuse to hire or terminate an individual or discriminate on the bases of wages, terms, conditions, race, sex or national orientation. But only employers with 15 or more employees are subject to Title VII. The second type is the hostile work environment which can be done in the form of interfering with an individual's work environment by making it more hostile or offensive. This cannot be subjective aspect but something which is clearly a violation. The employee could be subjected to unwelcome
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