Help With People Problems At Work
Internal Affairs: The Abuse of Power, Sexual Harassment, and Hyprocrisy in the Workplace
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "[The Author's] new book is a comprehensive survey of attitudes, practices, and laws on this issue. She contrasts public perceptions of harassment with legal definitions, and she identifies who harasses and suggests reasons why they do. Neville tracks an actual case of harassment and shows the "web of consequences" that befalls companies in which harassment occurs... Appendixes summarize major cases, include applicable legal statutes, offer a sample sexual harassment policy, and advise how and where to file a claim of harassment.
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