Category - Golden Rain
Hypothesis 1 females holding workplace authority positions (i. , those who supervise others) are more likely to experience sexual harassment than females who do not hold such positions. , more feminine behavior for males and less feminine behavior for females) is associated with an increased risk of sexual harassment. 64 of americans see sexual harassment as a problem in this country. 12 received threats of termination if they did not comply with their requests. Laws may treat sexual harassment as discrimination based on sex, as an offense against dignity, or as an issue of health and safety in the workplace. In many developing countries, sexual harassment is viewed as an offense against dignity that results in criminal punishment for the perpetrators. However, sexual harassment may also occur when there exists an asymmetry of incentives between supervisors and workers. The goal of the research was to test the hypothesis that sexual attention would decrease productivity of the nurses. The prohibition of sexual harassment in the workplace is closely linked with theories relating to the subordination of women to men that were first introduced in the united states in the 1970s. To study the attitude regarding sexual harassment among the working women in relation to their locality. There is no significant difference among the working women in relation to their locality regarding attitude about sexual harassment in health sector. Sexual harassment (a form of discrimination) is composed of three categories of behavior (1) gender harassment (verbal and nonverbal behaviors that convey hostility, objectification, exclusion, or second-class status about members of one gender), (2) unwanted sexual attention (verbal or physical unwelcome sexual advances, which can include assault), and (3) sexual coercion (when favorable.). Sexual harassment has been recognized as a serious problem in the literature over the past 30 years. In this paper, we review the existing research surrounding the phenomenon of sexual harassment, paying particular attention to factors of relevance for understanding perpetrators of sexual harassment. We also provide an overview of the perplexing nature of sexual harassment and the various.