WORKPLACE SPEECH AND CONDUCT POLICIES: RECONSIDERING THE LEGAL MODEL
AbstractWorkplace conduct policies have been created in response to claims from equality seeking groups. These provide evidence of an employer's due diligence in preventing harassment or other forms of discrimination. These policies have tended to follow a legal model. The author questions whether the aim of the policies - a change in the workplace culture - is best achieved by the legal model and tentatively concludes that these are ineffective.
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