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The Resource Nine to five : how gender, sex, and sexuality continue to define the American workplace, Joanna L. Grossman

Nine to five : how gender, sex, and sexuality continue to define the American workplace, Joanna L. Grossman

Label
Nine to five : how gender, sex, and sexuality continue to define the American workplace
Title
Nine to five
Title remainder
how gender, sex, and sexuality continue to define the American workplace
Statement of responsibility
Joanna L. Grossman
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Grossman, Joanna L
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
KF3467
LC item number
.G76 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Sex discrimination in employment
  • Sex role in the work environment
  • Labor laws and legislation
  • Sex discrimination against women
  • Labor laws and legislation
  • Sex discrimination against women
  • Sex discrimination in employment
  • Sex role in the work environment
  • United States
Label
Nine to five : how gender, sex, and sexuality continue to define the American workplace, Joanna L. Grossman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 339-376) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A
  • victory for transgender employees
  • How fast must female transit officers run?
  • Who is protected by antidiscrimination laws?
  • Punishing the coach who stood up for his female athletes
  • Broader protection against workplace retaliation
  • The
  • Supreme court protects retaliation victims but still leaves gaps in the law
  • part II.
  • Sexual harassment
  • Part I.
  • Workplace affairs and sexual favoritism
  • Lolita at the office
  • Sex talk in the writers' room
  • Sex talk in the writers' room
  • Sex behind bars
  • When the supervisor bullies only women
  • The
  • Equal opportunity harasser
  • Periodontal perils
  • Punishing effeminacy
  • What is sex discrimination?
  • Late-night affairs with David Letterman
  • Why Herman Cain has not been able to talk his way out of his exploding sexual harassment scandal
  • Why hostile environment harassment is a "continuing violation"
  • When sexual extortion is successful
  • The
  • Consequences of failing to complain about harassment
  • Who is responsible for sudden, severe harassment?
  • Chinks in the harassment law armor
  • Do employer efforts prevent harassment or just prevent liability?
  • Who's the boss?
  • Sexual jealousy
  • Costly mistakes
  • Hands off the merchandise
  • part III.
  • Pregnant women and mothers at work
  • Pregnant truckers and the problem of light-duty assignments
  • A
  • Big win for pregnant police officers
  • Undue burden
  • Hard labor : new pregnancy discrimination guidance from the EEOC
  • Forceps delivery : the Supreme Court narrowly saves the Pregnancy Discrimination Act in Young v. UPS
  • Too hot to be a dental hygienist?
  • The
  • Pregnancy Discrimination Act reaches advanced maternal age
  • The
  • Pregnant Workers' Fairness Act : a time for change?
  • The
  • Supreme Court deals a blow to once-pregnant retirees
  • If she does not win it is a shame
  • Must employers who cover prescriptions cover contraception?
  • Fertile ground for discrimination
  • Can a woman be fired for absenteeism related to fertility treatments?
  • A
  • Is lactation related to pregnancy?
  • A
  • Victory for families, but hardly a panacea
  • A
  • Small step in the right direction : the Family and Medical Leave Act at twenty
  • "Best practices" to promote work-family balance
  • part IV.
  • Female breadwinners and the glass ceiling
  • The
  • Supreme Court slams the door on pay discrimination claims
  • twist on the problem of sex inequality in coaching
  • A
  • Call for Congressional action to remedy pay inequality
  • The
  • Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009
  • Taking stock : is the Ledbetter Act working?
  • The
  • Lady in red
  • Unfinished business
  • Will ABA's proposed solutions for gender inequity work?
  • Equality still elusive for women in the federal workforce
  • Mixed motives
  • "Girlie men"
  • Playing "too womany" and the problem of masculinity in sport
  • Binders for women, blinders for Romney
  • Sex stereotyping and dress codes
Control code
923017700
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxiii, 382 pages
Isbn
9781107589827
Lccn
2015039156
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)923017700
Label
Nine to five : how gender, sex, and sexuality continue to define the American workplace, Joanna L. Grossman
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 339-376) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A
  • victory for transgender employees
  • How fast must female transit officers run?
  • Who is protected by antidiscrimination laws?
  • Punishing the coach who stood up for his female athletes
  • Broader protection against workplace retaliation
  • The
  • Supreme court protects retaliation victims but still leaves gaps in the law
  • part II.
  • Sexual harassment
  • Part I.
  • Workplace affairs and sexual favoritism
  • Lolita at the office
  • Sex talk in the writers' room
  • Sex talk in the writers' room
  • Sex behind bars
  • When the supervisor bullies only women
  • The
  • Equal opportunity harasser
  • Periodontal perils
  • Punishing effeminacy
  • What is sex discrimination?
  • Late-night affairs with David Letterman
  • Why Herman Cain has not been able to talk his way out of his exploding sexual harassment scandal
  • Why hostile environment harassment is a "continuing violation"
  • When sexual extortion is successful
  • The
  • Consequences of failing to complain about harassment
  • Who is responsible for sudden, severe harassment?
  • Chinks in the harassment law armor
  • Do employer efforts prevent harassment or just prevent liability?
  • Who's the boss?
  • Sexual jealousy
  • Costly mistakes
  • Hands off the merchandise
  • part III.
  • Pregnant women and mothers at work
  • Pregnant truckers and the problem of light-duty assignments
  • A
  • Big win for pregnant police officers
  • Undue burden
  • Hard labor : new pregnancy discrimination guidance from the EEOC
  • Forceps delivery : the Supreme Court narrowly saves the Pregnancy Discrimination Act in Young v. UPS
  • Too hot to be a dental hygienist?
  • The
  • Pregnancy Discrimination Act reaches advanced maternal age
  • The
  • Pregnant Workers' Fairness Act : a time for change?
  • The
  • Supreme Court deals a blow to once-pregnant retirees
  • If she does not win it is a shame
  • Must employers who cover prescriptions cover contraception?
  • Fertile ground for discrimination
  • Can a woman be fired for absenteeism related to fertility treatments?
  • A
  • Is lactation related to pregnancy?
  • A
  • Victory for families, but hardly a panacea
  • A
  • Small step in the right direction : the Family and Medical Leave Act at twenty
  • "Best practices" to promote work-family balance
  • part IV.
  • Female breadwinners and the glass ceiling
  • The
  • Supreme Court slams the door on pay discrimination claims
  • twist on the problem of sex inequality in coaching
  • A
  • Call for Congressional action to remedy pay inequality
  • The
  • Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009
  • Taking stock : is the Ledbetter Act working?
  • The
  • Lady in red
  • Unfinished business
  • Will ABA's proposed solutions for gender inequity work?
  • Equality still elusive for women in the federal workforce
  • Mixed motives
  • "Girlie men"
  • Playing "too womany" and the problem of masculinity in sport
  • Binders for women, blinders for Romney
  • Sex stereotyping and dress codes
Control code
923017700
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxiii, 382 pages
Isbn
9781107589827
Lccn
2015039156
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)923017700

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