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Do Your ‘Team Leaders’ Have the Same Harassment-Reporting Duties as Your Supervisors?

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in Case In Point,Discrimination and Harassment,Employment Law,Human Resources,Leaders & Managers,Management Training,People Management

Supervisors and managers MUST report harassment to higher-ups. But what are the reporting obligations of “team leaders” or “leads”? These are people who have more responsibilities than employees but less than full-fledged members of management. Leads live in that “gray zone” somewhere in between. So what are their obligations? One court recently clarified it: Train them like managers to report suspected harassment. Staying silent will create liability.

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