Time & Attendance
By Jon Hyman
Jun. 24, 2014
Let’s take a look at two recent settlements of harassment claims brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission:
I’ll leave you with the words of Lynette Barnes, EEOC regional attorney, who comments that employers need to halt all workplace sexual harassment:
All workers have the right to work in an environment free from sexual harassment. No one should have to put up with sexual comments or touching while they are just trying to make a living. Employers need to halt or prevent it—and the best prevention is training supervisors and managers on how to put a stop to such misconduct as soon as it appears.
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