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November 2012 Archives

Minnesota appeals court finds evidence of sexual harassment

To prove a claim for sexual harassment under the Minnesota Human Rights Act, a victim typically must produce evidence establishing that the alleged conduct was unwelcome, consisted of verbal or physical conduct or communication of a sexual nature, and was sufficiently pervasive to the extent it substantially interfered with the victim's employment or created a hostile, intimidating or offensive work environment.

Minnesota appeals court finds evidence of sexual harassment

To prove a claim for sexual harassment under the Minnesota Human Rights Act, a victim typically must produce evidence establishing that the alleged conduct was unwelcome, consisted of verbal or physical conduct or communication of a sexual nature, and was sufficiently pervasive to the extent it substantially interfered with the victim's employment or created a hostile, intimidating or offensive work environment.

Minnesota Orchestra cancels concerts through year's end

The Minnesota Orchestra recently announced that it has cancelled all concerts through the end of the year. The move may indicate that negotiations between orchestra management and musicians are at an impasse.

Minnesota Orchestra cancels concerts through year's end

The Minnesota Orchestra recently announced that it has cancelled all concerts through the end of the year. The move may indicate that negotiations between orchestra management and musicians are at an impasse.

Assumptions that sexual harassment victims report abuse may be false

Many people in Minneapolis-St. Paul would like to think that sexual harassment in the workplace is no longer a problem; that men and women are able to work comfortably with each other in the office. Unfortunately, sexual harassment continues to plague Minnesota workplaces and offices across the country, but a new report also indicates that the victims of sexual harassment are also likely to be ridiculed by coworkers.

Assumptions that sexual harassment victims report abuse may be false

Many people in Minneapolis-St. Paul would like to think that sexual harassment in the workplace is no longer a problem; that men and women are able to work comfortably with each other in the office. Unfortunately, sexual harassment continues to plague Minnesota workplaces and offices across the country, but a new report also indicates that the victims of sexual harassment are also likely to be ridiculed by coworkers.