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Stopping Harassment: Are Verbal Reprimands Worth Your Breath?

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When it comes to stopping employees from harassing each other, you can probably think of a lot of actions to take. On one end of the spectrum is termination (“You’re fired!”). At the other end is a verbal reprimand (“Stop it!”). But will a judge think a verbal reprimand is enough? One court recently did … and it saved the employer $510,000. You don’t say?

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Annie February 14, 2014 at 4:40 pm

The law seems transparent regarding racial slurs, but what about religious slurs? Is there any protection for employees against a hostile working environment where religious discrimination exists?


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