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Posts tagged "Sexual Harassment"

Met Opera suspends renowned conductor for sexual misconduct

Did the Metropolitan Opera brush aside allegations of sexual misconduct by its conductor James Levine? As you may have heard, the company has suspended Levine pending the outcome of an investigation. Yet according to the New York Times, the Met had received credible allegations of sexual abuse over a year ago.

Employers note: Sexual harassment is never accidental

If you were to do a person-on-the-street survey today asking what are the top five most prominent issues on peoples' minds, chances are good that sexual harassment would be on the list of the respondents. Workplace harassment against women is common in New York. So is harassment of men, though it's not talked about nearly as often.

Sexual harassment takes many forms and affects all genders

#MeToo is the newest banner sweeping across social media platforms. The message gathered momentum in recent weeks in connection with alleged sexual harassment suffered at the hands of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Most who are adding their voices to the movement are women, but a male faction is beginning to speak up, too.

Sexual harassment is never acceptable

Sexual harassment is something that no worker should ever have to endure. The incidents of sexual harassment are taken so seriously that the federal government has issued laws to prevent these horrible events. New York also has specific laws against sexual harassment.

Recognizing the signs of sexual harassment: quid pro quo and hostile work environment

Sexual harassment is a type of sex discrimination which can take a variety of forms. Not every form of sexual harassment is easily or immediately recognizable as such. In some cases, an employee is too close to the situation and the relationships giving rise to the harassment that he or she may not see it clearly right away. Or, maybe the employee suspects that harassment has occurred, but isn’t sure if what occurred is illegal.

More on those arbitration documents involving Sterling, Signet Jewelers

In our last post, we began looking at some of the allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination contained in documents from an arbitration case against Sterling Jewelers and its parent company, Signet Jewelers. In addition to these allegations, the documents also provide details about former employees who were verbally attacked, falsely accused of misconduct, and terminated from their position after reporting abuse through a company-run hotline.

Arbitration documents detail sexual harassment, discrimination allegations against jewelry co.

Many of our readers will be familiar with Kay Jewelers and Jared the Galleria of Jewelry. These companies have a robust presence across the United States. Though the stores target a slightly different clientele, they both share the same parent company, Sterling Jewelers, which company has been accused of numerous sexual harassment and discrimination claims.

Media companies grapple with employment discrimination claims, P.2

Previously, we looked at the ongoing litigation against CNN regarding allegations of racial discrimination. As we noted last time, Fox News has been dealing with its own discrimination litigation filed by former employees, including Gretchen Carlson of Fox & Friends and former analyst and commentator Andrea Tantaros.

Workplace retaliation: what is it and why you should get an attorney involved, P.2

Previously, we began looking at the topic of workplace retaliation. As we noted, last time, those who believe they may have been subjected work workplace retaliation need to consult an experienced attorney to have their case evaluated, particularly when the retaliation has cost them their job or has put them in a worse employment position.

3 signs you are being sexually harassed at work

Surprise and uncertainty are normal reactions the first time someone you work with makes a suggestive comment or asks you out, particularly if the advances are unwanted. You may wonder if you misunderstood the person's intentions or are being overly sensitive.

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