5 Tips For Staving Off Workplace Harassment In 2018
By Braden Campbell (January 1, 2018, 3:04 PM EST) -- The seemingly never-ending stream of sexual misconduct allegations that dominated headlines and brought down powerful men like Harvey Weinstein, Charlie Rose and Matt Lauer in 2017 has sparked a national conversation about workplace harassment that will likely remain front-and-center in the coming year, making it more important than ever for employers to ensure their anti-harassment policies and procedures are as up-to-date and effective as possible, attorneys say.
As the #MeToo movement empowers women to share their experiences and shed light on how widespread harassment is, employers are becoming increasingly worried that they themselves may be inadvertently enabling bad behavior. And while proactively...
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