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Describes a study which examined the incidence, antecedents and consequences of self‐reported sexual harassment at work. Data were collected from 829 women and 766 men employed by a single large professional services firm using anonymously completed questionnaires. Women reported significantly...
Examines the concerns of survivors who remain in organizations following redundancies. Categorizes the issues which arise from these concerns and uncertainties into three categories: issues which arise following notification of forthcoming redundancies; issues arising from the notification of...
The employee assistance programme (EAP) is designed to benefit every area in an organization where individual performance plays a part. Before an EAP is introduced, however, there needs to be a clear analysis of its aims and objectives, the way it should be designed in order to meet the...
While reducing numbers of HM Customs and Excise Officers guard our ports and airfields, and undermanned and overworked police struggle to keep our streets and school‐yards clear of drugs, who is tackling the increasing problem in the workplace? If the employer is not doing it – then the straight...
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