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Beware: You’re now strictly liable for supervisor harassment

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Firing,HR Management,Human Resources

The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that sexual harassment cases brought under the Minnesota Human Rights Act should follow the rules laid out for federal Title VII sexual harassment cases. The decision means employers can do precious little to escape liability if a supervisor harasses a subordinate and then takes, or threatens to take, an adverse employment action against that employee ...

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