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Policy Implementation and Gender Differences
Policy implementation and gender differences

One of the policy implementation recommendations presented in the preceding chapter was to increase the number of employees trained, and thus eligible, for service on sexual harassment investigatory teams. Creating a pool of trained ombudspersons available to assist both the claimant and the accused was another suggestion. Both of these recommendations must be implemented with extreme care because confidentiality issues are prominent for many employees. As noted previously, many other grievance procedures routinely involve a variety of parties—supervisors, union stewards, grievance officers—and confidentiality appears not to be a problem either perceptually or substantively. Sexual harassment seems almost to be a “law unto itself with concerns, fears, and perceptions that are likely to exceed reality. It appears ...

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