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Maria P. P. Root

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Chapter 9: The Consequences of Racial and Ethnic Origins Harassment in the Workplace: Conceptualization and Assessment

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The Consequences of Racial and Ethnic Origins Harassment in the Workplace: Conceptualization and Assessment
The consequences of racial and ethnic origins harassment in the workplace: Conceptualization and assessment
Maria P. P.RootSeattle, Washington

Mr. Castellano had worked for an auto parts store for 15 years. In this time, he had married, obtained a college degree, and moved from a clerical sales position to an assistant manager position. His goal was to become manager of his small department and eventually manager of his store. However, assigned a new manager, he found himself criticized at least twice a week and threatened being written up for uncooperative, insubordinate behavior in the form of questioning his manager's decisions. He was repeatedly reminded that his position was at-will employment, which he understood to ...

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