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Anti-harassment policy, training are meaningless if supervisors decide to ignore them

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources

When a co-worker makes himself a nuisance (or worse), a robust anti-harassment policy, a clear reporting method and swift and sure action will cut liability in almost all cases. But what if the policy isn’t en­­forced or a supervisor learns about the harassment but ignores the problem and doesn’t take action? Then all bets are off.

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