For the past couple of decades, the legal backdrop with respect to constructive discharge resulting from sexual harassment has been bogged down in confusion.

In an effort to clarify employer liability standards, the U.S. Supreme Court in two 1998 decisions developed a new test for sexual harassment grounded in a new term: “tangible employment action.”[FOOTNOTE 1]

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