Your organization probably has policies prohibiting sexual harassment, and you probably offer training for supervisors and employees alike on how the policy works. But that simply isn’t enough. You should have multiple ways for employees to report sexual harassment. The more ways you provide, the more likely a court will conclude that an employee who failed to report the harassment was acting unreasonably.
- High court upholds firing lactating worker
- Is your PEO ripping you off? A primer on the fine print
- It's time for a talk if you've heard a boss has been disparaging disabled employees
- Online payroll: more options, more affordable
- Employee sued and now she's back at work? Don't walk on eggshells for fear of retaliation