Sexual harassment in organizations: A decade of research in review

  title={Sexual harassment in organizations: A decade of research in review},
  author={L. Cortina and J. Berdahl},
  • L. Cortina, J. Berdahl
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology
  • For 30 years, sexual harassment has been recognized as a serious organizational problem and a violation of US law. The Navy Tailhook scandal and Clarence Thomas hearings in l99l launched sexual harassment to the forefront of public attention. This was followed by a virtual explosion ofresearch on the topic, leading to the estimate that one out of every two women is harassed at some point in her working life. We review this scholarship in the current chapter, concentrating on the last decade ol… CONTINUE READING

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