In the case of Bundy v. Jackson, the federal appellate court eliminated the need to prove tangible job loss in claims under Title VII relating to sexual harassment. The holding in Bundy thus promotes the viability of sexual harassment claims under Title VII and deters employers from engaging in subtle sexual harassment as "part of the job." The decision provides a model for the nation to follow in the pursuit of the worthy goal of eliminating sexual harassment in the workplace.
Terence J. Bouressa
Bundy v. Jackson: Eliminating the Need to Prove Tangible Economic Job Loss in Sexual Harassment Claims Brought Under Title VII,
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