Q: What does quid pro quo mean? Especially when it comes to harassment. A: Maybe you’ve heard it said on the news or maybe it just seems like Latin, which it is. In the context of HR and sexual harassment in the workplace, the phrase specifically refers to a situation in which a person of […]
We have some guidance about how to develop prompt, fair, and lawful harassment reporting, investigation, and corrective action procedures.
Workers at McDonald’s went on strike protesting the company’s harassment prevention approach. But McD’s already has a policy and training—what gives?
According to attorney Ken White, 85% of people have no need for sexual harassment prevention training. But that doesn’t make its “theater” unimportant.
Based on guidance from the EEOC and our team of HR pros, here’s how to develop timely and robust harassment reporting, investigation, and corrective action procedures.
Alex, Bill, Cat, and Darren don’t respond to harassment training, each for a unique reason. Here’s how to design an initiative that engages them all. On the January 9th, 2018 episode of his radio show, Oregon State Representative Bill Post told listeners about a “ridiculous,” non-legislative day he and his fellow Assembly members had recently endured […]
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