Tuesday, July 19, 2005

California Court rules on office sexual affairs

The California Supreme Court ruled that an individual who has affairs with subordinates can create a work climate that constitutes sexual harassment even for uninvolved employees.

The decision is groundbreaking in the individuals who are not the subject of or witness to sexual advances can bring suits if they are treated differently than those involved in the relationship.

This is a step forward for women’s rights and a needed move to bring more professionalism into the workplace.


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