Title VII of the United States Code does not proscribe all conduct of a sexual nature in the workplace. Thus it is crucial to clearly define sexual harassment: only unwelcome sexual conduct that is a term or condition of employment constitutes a violation. The Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC‘s) Federal Guidelines define two types of…

No one is responsible for being bullied, for inviting the misery upon themselves. If the employer has known about the bully before and chosen to retain him or her (attorneys call it negligent retention), there may be a claim to asset. For example, liability for negligent hiring and supervision is based upon the reasoning that…

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