Paying for Stolen Kisses: Sexual Harassment and the Law

Paying for Stolen Kisses: Sexual Harassment and the Law

This paper seeks to analyze the J v M Ltd case and follow on with an analysis of sexual harassment in South Africa. It focuses on the provisions contained within the Labour Relations Act.

 

Paying for Stolen Kisses
Carla Sutherland
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Carla Sutherland is a former Researcher in the Equal Opportunity Project at the University of Cape Town.

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