This article argues that the [European] Commission should propose legally binding legislation to guarantee all workers, both women and men, protection against sexual harassment in Community workplaces. Section I describes the nature of sexual harassment, the problems it poses in the EC, and the effects of sexual harassment on people and businesses. Section II reviews existing Member State legislation and labor union policies and identifies the inadequacy of these measures to protect EC workers from sexual harassment. Section III describes existing EC legislation on sexual harassment and the equal treatment of women and men in the workplace and identifies the limitations of these measures in prohibiting sexual harassment.
Victoria A. Carter,
Working on Dignity: EC Initiatives on Sexual Harrassment in the Workplace,
Nw. J. Int'l L. & Bus.
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