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聯邦法院之重要判決~Williams v. Saxbe案??
一九七六年Williams v. Saxbe案
一九七七年Bundy v. Jackson案
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DEVELOPMENT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT LAW
• 1964 – Title VII – prohibits sex discrimination in employment.
• 1971 - Rogers v. E.E.O.C. - The Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held that a
Hispanic complainant could establish a Title VII violation by demonstrating that her
employer created an offensive work environment for employees by giving discriminatory
service to its Hispanic clientele.
• 1976 – Williams v. Saxbe – Court recognized sexual harassment as a form of sex
discrimination when sexual advances by male supervisor towards female employee, if
proven, would be deemed an artificial barrier to employment placed before one gender
and not another.
• 1977 – Barnes v. Costle – US Court of Appeals for the Second District ruled that if a
female employee was retaliated against for rejecting sexual advances of her boss is a
violation of Title VII’s prohibition against sex discrimination.
• 1978 - City of Los Angeles, Dept. of Water and Power v. Manhart – Supreme Court ruled
that in administration of company pension plan Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
made it unlawful for an employer to discriminate against any individual because of such
• 1980 – EEOC issues guidelines forbidding “sexual harassment” as a form of sex
• 1981 - Bundy v. Jackson - US Court of Appeals for the Second District ruled for the first
time that Title VII liability can exist for sexual insults.
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1985 - McKinney v. Dole - US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit ruled that physical
violence, even if it is not overtly sexual, can be sexual harassment if the unwelcome
conduct is based on the victim’s gender.
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