Stop Sexual Harassment by Janet Hall audiobook

Stop Sexual Harassment

By Dr. Janet Hall
Read by Dr. Janet Hall

Dr. Janet Hall
0.72 Hours Unabridged
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Sexual harassment can cost millions of dollars with job turn-over expenses, lost productivity, and stress-related illness. This informational audio from Dr. Janet Hall explains why sexual tension occurs in business and how to promote healthy sexual politics to create an environment that protects your business and investment. Here are the raw facts about why sex at work won’t work. Dr. Janet Hall discusses a very disturbing case in which a woman is the stereotypical victim who suffered severe grief and physical, emotional, and mental injury as a result of unwanted sexual advances by a work colleague. It was a simple enough request. Would Julie give someone a lift home? Julie had been at a send-off party for someone from her work organization. She’d been careful to keep to just one alcoholic drink because she had to drive. A senior manager asked her to give another manager a lift home because he had too much to drink. Julie was unprepared for the horror ride she was about to endure. Various charges were made, including criminal charges and a claim of sexual harassment, which resulted in the perpetrator leaving the company in disgrace. Julie needed ongoing counseling for over a year to deal with the post-traumatic stress symptoms she suffered, and she felt humiliated by the office gossip and innuendo that swirled around her. It’s not always the male who is the aggressor, as the movie Disclosure, starring Demi Moore and Michael Douglas, so well portrayed. In the movie, Demi’s character was the boss who was trying to sexually seduce her team member. The insinuation could be that in these modern times of equality in business, a female boss may have the power, and if she wants to exert that power in sexual dominance … she will. Is that what sexual harassment is really all about—power? It’s an interesting question. So could sexual harassment happen in your organization? What could it cost you if it did? Do you fancy being sued? Do you look forward to the bad PR—perhaps even being exposed on national television? What would that do to your organization’s image? What would it do to staff morale and office attitude? Listen to Dr Jan’s recording Stop Sexual Harassment and lay out a plan for your workplace to maximize success for all, with no drama and loss of staff or profits!

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Summary

Summary

Sexual harassment can cost millions of dollars with job turn-over expenses, lost productivity, and stress-related illness. This informational audio from Dr. Janet Hall explains why sexual tension occurs in business and how to promote healthy sexual politics to create an environment that protects your business and investment.

Here are the raw facts about why sex at work won’t work.

Dr. Janet Hall discusses a very disturbing case in which a woman is the stereotypical victim who suffered severe grief and physical, emotional, and mental injury as a result of unwanted sexual advances by a work colleague. It was a simple enough request. Would Julie give someone a lift home?

Julie had been at a send-off party for someone from her work organization. She’d been careful to keep to just one alcoholic drink because she had to drive. A senior manager asked her to give another manager a lift home because he had too much to drink. Julie was unprepared for the horror ride she was about to endure.

Various charges were made, including criminal charges and a claim of sexual harassment, which resulted in the perpetrator leaving the company in disgrace. Julie needed ongoing counseling for over a year to deal with the post-traumatic stress symptoms she suffered, and she felt humiliated by the office gossip and innuendo that swirled around her.

It’s not always the male who is the aggressor, as the movie Disclosure, starring Demi Moore and Michael Douglas, so well portrayed. In the movie, Demi’s character was the boss who was trying to sexually seduce her team member. The insinuation could be that in these modern times of equality in business, a female boss may have the power, and if she wants to exert that power in sexual dominance … she will.

Is that what sexual harassment is really all about—power? It’s an interesting question. So could sexual harassment happen in your organization? What could it cost you if it did? Do you fancy being sued? Do you look forward to the bad PR—perhaps even being exposed on national television? What would that do to your organization’s image? What would it do to staff morale and office attitude? Listen to Dr Jan’s recording Stop Sexual Harassment and lay out a plan for your workplace to maximize success for all, with no drama and loss of staff or profits!

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental
Runtime: 0.72
Audience: Adult
Language: English