The Virtual Workplace: Keeping it Clean (Literally and Figuratively)

Jackson Lewis P.C.
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The virtual workplace has blurred the line between our personal and professional spaces — but the behavior that constitutes harassment in the workplace remains the same. Comfortably sitting in our home office does not mean we are exempt from laws, regulations and company policies that govern the employer/employee relationship. Taking steps to clearly outline and reinforce company policies around harassment prevention, confidentiality and online behavior will help employers head off problems down the road.
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