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Sexual harassment within HR demands alternative reporting system

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources

No department is immune from sexual harassment—not even HR. And when someone in HR is implicated, that’s a big problem.

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Melina Metzger November 6, 2012 at 2:35 pm

As the public relations manager at Safelite, I find it disappointing that this publication did not contact us for any fact-checking or balanced coverage.

Safelite does in fact offer alternative, toll-free phone hotline managed by 3rd party provider and it is not accessible by Lee’s supervisor.

In addition, as Safelite continues to defend this case in court, it should be noted that the judge has cleared Lee’s supervisor of these charges.

Finally, Safelite does not take accusations of sexual harassment lightly. We have a firm commitment to the law and workplace ethics and encourage all employees to use our alternative third-party ethics hotline to report any concerns.

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eBossWatch November 2, 2012 at 9:34 am

Employers should also be aware that managers accused of sexual harassment, discrimination, and bullying might also be exposed on sites like eBossWatch.

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