Employers often ascribe values to gender and sexual orientation that override truly relevant personal characteristics including ability, intelligence and dedication. Policy makers and business leaders need to be informed and involved in creating a workplace climate that openly accepts all people. This volume highlights concerns such as gender barriers to occupational advancement, sexual harassment and female vulnerability, and heterosexual men as targets of sexual harassment. Diamant and Lee discuss the origins and development of sexual stereotypes that form the basis for discrimination. Busines leaders must educate themselves and their employees to understand the wide range of differences that exist in the workforce. The Psychology of Sex, Gender, and Jobs offers solutions to managing the workforce of today.