by Vanessa L. Goddard
heard the expression "The best defense is a good offense." Well, this is
very true in the world of harassment law. For our devoted readers of this
blog, we know this is preaching to the choir, but it never hurts to make a
quick check of your policies and procedures to ensure that you're using the
best practices to deal with harassment in the workplace.
you undertake that review, be sure you find the following:
course, harassment investigations are not a one size fits all
proposition. They always should be tailored to the specific
situation. However, the above considerations can generally be used as
guidance in most cases to ensure you are managing sexual harassment in your
workplace from the front end to the back end in the best way you possibly can.
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