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If employee refuses to cooperate with investigation, feel free to fire

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources

Not everyone wants to cooperate when an employer begins investigating discrimination or harassment charges. One solution is to tell all em­­ployees they must cooperate. Otherwise, they risk being disciplined. If that doesn’t work, you now have an option ...

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