An authoritative and engaging speaker on the subject of sexual harassment, Dr. Aaron Thompson uses the Civi...
An authoritative and engaging speaker on the subject of sexual harassment, Dr. Aaron Thompson uses the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title VII to lay the foundation for a workshop on sexual harassment. Dr. Thompson defines sexual harassment, expands on behavior that may constitute sexual harassment, and explores criteria for assigning liability for sexual harassment. The information Dr. Thompson presents is crucial for the individual complained against, his/her supervisor, his/her agency head, and his/her organization. Dr. Thompson also discusses ways to avoid being the target of a sexual harassment complaint. Whatever your duties may be, you will find this examination of sexual harassment invaluable.
The running time of this video is approximately 38 minutes.
Aaron Thompson, Ph.D., is the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and a Professor of Sociology at Eastern Kentucky University. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Kentucky, specializing in Organizational Behavior and Gender and Race Relations. Dr. Thompson has directed workshops and given presentations for many years in the areas of leadership, ethics, race/gender relations, and strategic planning. He is nationally recognized in the areas of educational attainment, human diversity, motivation, and academic success.