This case shows Mitsubishi Motors Manufacturing of America (MMMA) responses to allegations of sexual harassment in 1996 at its Normal, Illinois plant. The majority of the case focuses on the major events that took place between 1992 and the spring of 1996, the. Culminating in an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigation and class action, which estimated the most expensive ever should be submitted at the time suit The decision in the case is Lynn Martin, former U.S. Secretary … Read more »

This case shows Mitsubishi Motors Manufacturing of America (MMMA) responses to allegations of sexual harassment in 1996 at its Normal, Illinois plant. The majority of the case focuses on the major events that took place between 1992 and the spring of 1996, the. Culminating in an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigation and class action, which estimated the most expensive ever should be submitted at the time suit The decision in the case is Lynn Martin, former U.S. Secretary of Labor, which had been hired by Mitsubishi to take the corrective action organization. Shown to be a short story about sexual harassment law and a description of the EEOC. This case works well with MBA and executive audiences respond, how to restore credibility and reputation after a scandal. It also highlights the challenges that hired an external consultant to when policy recommendations to make faces in image restoration target.
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Elizabeth A. Powell,
Julie Alsheimer,
Peter Dowling,
Ben Pivar
Source: Darden School of Business
15 pages.
Publication Date: Jan 27, 1999. Prod #: UV0592-PDF-ENG
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