S. Preetham Sridar, Vijila Kennedy
S. Preetham Sridar1 and Vijila Kennedy2
1Department of Management Studies, RVS College of Engineering and Technology, Kannampalayam, Coimbatore – 641 402,
2RVS Institute of Management Studies and Research, Sulur, Coimbatore – 641 402,
Volume - 2,
Issue - 1,
Year - 2011
Sexual harassment of trained women nurses in hospitals is not a new issue, but has until recently been a hidden silent one. During the last few years slowly the problem has become more serious which should be understood. This paper uses a literature review to explore the level of sexual harassment that trained women nurses face in their workplace. The paper concludes that employers and law should take up some more measures to help working women to get rid of this serious threat.
Cite this article:
S. Preetham Sridar, Vijila Kennedy. Sexual Harassment of Trained Women Nurses - Serious Challenge for Working Women in Health Care: A Literature Review. Asian J. Management 2(1): Jan. – Mar. 2011 page 01-04.