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When supervisor’s harassment is serious, make sure the punishment fits the crime

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources

Employers that don’t take swift action when they learn of possible harassment have only themselves to blame. Being too timid when it comes to punishing the supervisor is not a good idea. Whatever you do, don’t even think about transferring the harassed subordinate into a position with fewer responsibilities. Instead, move the harasser—or even terminate him.

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