The complexity of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, EEOC Guidelines, and court decisions make it difficult for an employer to provide easy-to-understand guidance for first-line supervisors. Many companies conduct training sessions on the law against discrimination, but these lessons are often misunderstood or forgotten once the first-line supervisor gets back into the working environment. Experience has taught us that if supervisors understand just a few basic principles, a company’s exposure to charges of discrimination can be cut substantially. Therefore, this chapter presents a guide for use by first-line supervisors.
KeywordsSexual Harassment Federal District National Origin Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Sexual Favor
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