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Stereotyping and Gender Identity in the Workplace

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Title VII prohibits discrimination "because of sex." Defining the term "because of sex" is not as easy as it sounds. Court decisions have come a long way from the early decisions that found that "because of sex" covered sexual harassment in the workplace.
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Sexual Stereotyping and Gender Identity in the Workplace
Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Time: 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
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Duration: 60 Minutes
Location: Online
Instructor: Susan Fahey Desmond
Overview:
Title VII prohibits discrimination "because of sex." Defining the term "because of sex" is not as easy
as it sounds. Court decisions have come a long way from the early decisions that found that
"because of sex" covered sexual harassment in the workplace.

Areas covered in the session:
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Refresher of the law of harassment.
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Refresher of Price v. Waterhouse and what the Supreme Court said.
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The EEOC's position on "gender identity" and stereotypes
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What do we really mean by stereotypes?
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Can an employer disqualify a candidate for a position because he or she is too feminine or too
masculine and just not a right fit for the job?
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Is there a such thing as "stereotype harassment"?
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Examples of workplace harassment and bullying.
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How is this different from same sex harassment or is it?
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