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After employee files internal complaint, beware anything that might look like retaliation

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources

Here’s something to warn super­visors about after an employee has filed a discrimination or harassment complaint: Even if the initial complaint proves unfounded or too minor to be illegal, any punishment the complaining employee experiences later may amount to retaliation.

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Paul Anthony Bernard July 4, 2013 at 4:22 pm

Employee retention in competitive times should add to the incentive for organizations to address workplace harassment and add to the moral and community reasons. There are effective tools for management to hear and handle employee feedback.


Is an example that is easy, affordable and effective.


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