The Sexual Harassment of Female Active-duty Personnel: Effects on job satisfaction and intentions to remain in the military
This paper examines the relationship between sexual harassment and the job satisfaction and intended turnover of active-duty women in the US military. Using single-equation probit models, we find that experiencing a sexually harassing behavior is associated with reduced job satisfaction and heightened intentions to leave the military. However, bivariate probit results indicate that failing to control for individuals' unobserved, time-invariant characteristics leads single-equation estimates to...[Show more]
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