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    Employment Law And Harassment

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    In light of workplace bullying and the difficulties plaintiffs face in same-sex harassment cases, would it be better to have anti-harassment statutes aimed at prohibiting unwelcome, offensive, treatment regardless of whether the motive behind the treatment is discriminatory? Explain. (Is it a good idea to â??severâ? the connection between harassment and discrimination? Why or why not? Would it be possible to achieve.

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    I believe that it would be better to have anti-harassment statutes aimed at prohibiting unwelcome offensive treatment, regardless of whether the motive behind the treatment is discriminatory or not, due to the fact that general unwelcome and offensive treatment is just as harmful to an individual, and or the work environment, as is offensive treatment that is of a specific discriminatory nature. Although discriminatory harassment has very strong negative connotations and results, and ...

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