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Sexual Harassment Policy

  • Since sexual harassment has many potential gray areas, it’s best to have a clear black-and-white policy of zero tolerance. Employees should feel uneasy thinking of their coworkers in sexual terms.
  • Employees who feel they’ve suffered sexual harassment must know their part in the process is a timely and accurate report to the appropriate management.
  • Promise victims the greatest degree of confidentiality possible, but it can’t be absolute, as you may have to provide information to law enforcement, attorneys, or other management.

—Bob Brady, HR Daily Advisor, 8 Elements Your Sexual Harassment Policy Must Have…and Why Just Having a Strong Policy Isn’t Enough
 

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