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Policy Implementation and Reporting Sexual Harassment1
Policy implementation and reporting sexual harassment

Research on sexual harassment has focused predominantly on definitional issues as well as on perceptions of whether, when, and how sexual harassment occurred (for example, Fitzgerald et al., 1988; Paludi et al., 1990; Kelly, 1992; Frazieret al., 1995; MSPB, 1995, among many others). Discussion has also centered on the types of policies that should be developed and how they ought to be implemented, including surveys of the extent and types of policies in place (Ross and England, 1987; Remick et al., 1990; Biaggio et al., 1990; American Association of University Professors [AAUP], 1995). Less research, however, has explicitly examined the link between employee perceptions of sexual harassment and policy implementation. And there has been ...

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