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Looking for a quick end to harassment case? Never urge the complaining employee to resign

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources

Sexual harassment victims deserve to have their claims investigated, not ignored. Under no circumstances should you encourage a complaining employee to quit instead of having to endure continued harassment. That’s a sure indication to many juries that the worker was punished for reporting sexual harassment.

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