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Addressing Harassment Claims in the Federal Workplace: What to Do and When to Do It
 
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By Samuel Vitaro and Jeffrey J. Goodfriend

Introducing your definitive resource on all aspects of harassment — taking you through each step of effectively and properly addressing claims, from the filing of the EEO complaint to determining the correct penalty for the harasser. Loaded with plain-language analysis and summaries of critical cases, you gain a clear picture of how the EEOC, MSPB and courts have ruled in situations similar to those you face, plus valuable lessons in:

  • Using secondary evidence to determine if allegations are true
  • Determining whether an individual’s intent is "sexual in nature"
  • Evaluating whether conduct meets the severe or pervasive standard
  • Providing an affirmative defense for the agency
  • Ensuring your anti-harassment policy meets the minimum elements set forth by the EEOC

Includes a chapter devoted to related issues that arise in connection with sexual harassment claims, including sexual favoritism, same-sex harassment, off-duty harassment and more. And while the guidance focuses mainly on sexual harassment, this is also a reference for all forms of harassment since the theories and elements for proving and defending against sexual and non-sexual harassment claims are similar.


(2018. Pamphlet. 180 pp. Product Code: 4296)