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When dealing with sexual harassment, fix the problem once and for all

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in Discrimination and Harassment,HR Management,Human Resources

When an alleged sexual harasser is a supervisor, employers aren’t liable if there was no tangible employment action taken—the harassed employee wasn’t fired, demoted or otherwise punished—and the harassment was stopped promptly. But it doesn’t always work out so neatly in larger organizations.

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