Are there laws against catcalling on the street? The answer is, it depends.
You may have come on a little stronger than you should have at the company’s holiday party. Can you get sued for sexual harassment?
A Baptist minister in Alabama said Thursday that he was inappropriately touched by a man now accused of sexually assaulting students at a state university in northeastern Pennsylvania.
A former student is telling jurors he wishes he never met the high-ranking state university administrator he says groped him and gave him unwelcomed gifts.
Young women are at greatest risk of being raped between the ages of 16 and 24 and at higher risk in college, where such activity has become rampant.
What are the workplace rules when it comes to non-sexual touching?
In the light of day, you may have come on a little stronger than you should have at the company’s holiday party. Can you get sued for sexual harassment?
Anyone who’s ever worked with a bully knows how awful it can be. Is verbal abuse on the job illegal? And what can you do about it?
It is in your company’s best interest to provide training in all aspects of employees’ jobs – even those that seem obvious – or risk liability.
In preparation for the annual bacchanalia known as the company holiday party, it’s time to consider one more way people get themselves into trouble.
It may not be illegal but keep in mind that co-workers have different levels of tolerance for touchy-feely gestures such as the high five, the friendly hug or the double handed handshake.
Henry Wilson’s 7-year-old daughter Cadence was wearing what you might see any second grader wear to school — a top with matching leggings. So when her teacher called her “too sexy for gym class,” Wilson was outraged.
Chris recounts his experience judging a hoagie contest, he talks to Steve Cordasco about the Greek Bailout and Jon Corzine resigning from MF Global, and Beasley Reece on Monday Night’s showdown between the Eagles and Bears.
Chris addresses the stories of sexual harassment charges against Herman Cain, talks to Anderson Cooper about the last Republican Debate and welcomes Mayor Michael Nutter into the studio in advance of next week’s election.
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