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You must try to stop harassment–even if it’s clients or customers doing the harassing

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources

You know you have to take reasonable steps to prevent sexual harassment. If prevention doesn’t work, then you have an obligation to put an end to it. But what if you work in a setting where sexual harassment “comes with the territory”? From the court’s perspective, that doesn’t matter.

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