Lawsuits and settlements arising from discrimination and sexual harassment complaints are a huge financial drain on both business and government organizations. Below is a modest list of a few of the judgments and settlements in excess of 1 million dollars paid out for discrimination and hostile environment claims in recent years. Hostile Work Environments explains how discrimination and hostile behavior are often surface manifestations of more fundamental cultural and behavioral problems that managers can address with practical measures in their departments. The authors identify the "warning signs" that could lead to hostile work environment complaints that managers should look for in themselves and their employees. The book also gives dozens of practical suggestions for addressing workplace problems before they turn into a "hostile work environment" complaint, and gives guidelines for investigating and addressing a problem or complaint once it has surfaced. What most of these legal actions have in common is that an employee has accused the employer of creating a "hostile work environment" and is suing on this basis. Due in part to changes in federal law making it easier to sue organizations for punitive damages under "hostile work environment" lawsuits, the number of these lawsuits has dramatically increased in recent years. "Hostile Work Environments" is the first book that helps managers understand the problem and take positive steps to avoid hostile work environment complaints and legal problems. While many competing books have covered the individual factors that can cause a hostile work environment such as racial discrimination, sexual harassment, age and gender discrimination, this is the first guide for managers that brings them all together in a single "how-to" book on prevention.
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The Manager*s Guide to Preventing a Hostile Work Environment : How to Avoid Legal Threats by Protecting Your Workplace from Harassment Based on Sex, Race, Age...From the Publisher:
While many books have been written on how to avoid lawsuits resulting from sexual harassment, racial, gender, and age discrimination, this is the first book that covers all these topics in a single volume, under the overarching legal concept of “Hostile Work Environment” claims.
? A brief manager’s guide to proactively avoiding discrimination and sexual harassment complaints—before they become lawsuits
? This book summarizes research on discrimination and sexual harassment training, and is designed to be an easy “handout” for all the managers in an organization.
? Authors conduct sexual harassment and diversity training in Fortune 500 companies across the U.S.
? Case studies include a psychological analysis of what got the people involved in the mess in the first place.
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