Publication Date

5-4-2010

Abstract

[Excerpt] Gender discrimination and sexual harassment are still prevalent in the American workplace even though laws against such behaviors have been in place for decades. Last week, K.C. Wagner, the Director of Workplace Issues for the ILR School’s Metro District Office in New York City, delivered a presentation in Ives Hall in which she challenged the stereotypes and norms surrounding gender, masculinity, and speaking out against sexual misconduct in the workplace.

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Rosenberg Daneri, J. D. (2010, May 4). When gender, sex discrimination, sexual harassment and domestic violence come to work. Cornell HR Review. Retrieved [insert date] from Cornell University, ILR School site: http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/chrr/5

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