Sexual Harassment

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Internal Judicial Discipline and the Lack of Transparency

Q: Should the remedial or disciplinary action imposed in sexual harassment claims against judges be confidential or public?

Sexual-harassment in the workplace, coming from your boss or another superior, is often difficult, frustrating, and frightening.

There are two types of sexual harassment in the workplace: Quid pro quo sexual harassment and hostile work environment harassment.

In a nutshell, quid pro quo involves a superior demanding sexual favors of an employee as a condition of employment and benefits.
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