3 Lessons For Employers From The Fox Harassment Saga

By Braden Campbell (April 14, 2017, 5:37 PM EDT) -- Bombshell sexual harassment allegations have generated some unwelcome headlines for Fox News recently, and lawyers say the cable news heavyweight's situation can offer some insight on how best to guard against — and hopefully stave off — similar problems. Here are three lessons employers can learn from the Fox News scandal.

The New York Times reported this month the company had settled a series of complaints accusing network star Bill O'Reilly of making unwanted advances toward guests and women who worked on his show. Days later, Fox News personality Julie Roginsky filed suit alleging that ex-chairman Roger Ailes offered job opportunities...

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