5 Lessons For GCs From The EEOC's Harassment Study

Law360, Chicago (June 21, 2016, 12:08 AM EDT) -- To avoid the heavy legal and economic costs of workplace harassment, law departments should be addressing them head-on, not delegating to human resources, according to a new U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission report.

The report from the Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace, authored by task force co-chairs and EEOC commissioners Chai Feldblum and Victoria Lipnic, outlines the clear business case for preventing and stopping harassment. Beyond the direct legal fees and penalties, harassment can affect employee morale, health and productivity and leave the company dealing with employee turnover and reputational harm. And legal should play...

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