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Employer’s guide to workplace sexual harassment | Stuart Rudner

Tuesday, January 02, 2018 @ 9:11 AM | By Stuart Rudner

Allegations of sexual harassment against powerful media personalities have shaken the world. Since the Weinstein scandal broke out, the social climate has changed so quickly that now, any hint of a scandal causes companies to immediately dismiss or cut all ties with the accused. The #metoo campaign has seen countless women come forward with their tales of sexual harassment, and this has impacted many workplaces.

So what should an organization do if an employee is accused of sexual misconduct?

Investigate first

Last year, amendments to the...