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How to Maneuver Through #MeToo and Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Sexual harassment has become more highly scrutinized in recent months and with the #MeToo movement, we expect this issue to be more prevalent going forward. Below we have outlined some best practices to help companies put...more

5 Steps to Prepare Your Company for Workplace Harassment Complaints

The issue of sexual harassment has captured nationwide headlines as women and men have come forward to report sexual harassment by high profile public figures. Media attention to these events may lead to an increase in the...more

Common Mistakes Employers Make in Handling Complaints of Sexual Harassment

Other parts of this series have covered the proper affirmative steps to take to prepare for, investigate and respond to charges of sexual harassment. It is equally important to address the opposite set of concerns. What is it...more

7 Tips for Conducting Sexual Harassment Investigations in the Workplace

The drumbeat of press reports about sexual harassment in the workplace over the last few months has increased awareness among employees that workplace harassment is illegal and actionable, leading employers to brace for an...more

5 Steps Toward a Workplace Without Sexual Misconduct

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

Sexual misconduct in the workplace has featured prominently in the news this year. TIME Magazine named the “silence breakers” as its Person of the Year. And US lawmakers have introduced a bipartisan bill to bolster employees’...more

The Stale Harassment Complaint: Coal In Your Stocking?

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: The natural inclination is to ignore attempts to dredge up claims of harassment that happened long ago. But no harassment claim is too old to investigate. Having strong anti-harassment policies and...more

Time for employers to up their game for preventing workplace harassment

by McAfee & Taft on

Franken. Lauer. Spacey. Weinstein. Moore. And others. There is no question that in 2018 all employers will be facing growing harassment challenges. That means now is a critical time to assess the effectiveness of your policy,...more

#MeToo: How Do Companies Avoid Being Next?

by Miles & Stockbridge P.C. on

Bill O'Reilly. Harvey Weinstein. Kevin Spacey. Charlie Rose. Matt Lauer. It seems that every day the news covers one more explosive incident of sexual harassment in the workplace, with many allegations indicating that the...more

Legal Compliance In A Harassment-Conscious Environment

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

As noted in our Legal News Update – Me Too, But Now What? What Board Members Need to Know About Workplace Sexual Harassment – allegations regarding workplace harassment have recently been a major focus of traditional and...more

Me Too, But Now What? What Board Members Need to Know About Workplace Sexual Harassment

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Allegations of workplace sexual harassment and assault have recently made headlines from Silicon Valley to Hollywood and have brought down the careers of numerous high-profile executives. Partially a response to the uptick in...more

Fifth Circuit Decision Reinforces The Importance of Clearly Communicating Anti-Harassment Policies

A well-drafted anti-sexual harassment policy and complaint procedure can provide useful defenses for employers defending against claims of sexual harassment. However, a recent decision from the Fifth Circuit should remind...more

Is Your Organization Prepared for Ontario Bill 132?

by NAVEX Global on

On September 8, 2016, new legislation in Ontario will go into effect requiring employers to investigate incidents or complaints of harassment or sexual harassment in the workplace. Employers with employees in Ontario will...more

Wineries Often Overlook Harassment Liability

Harassment training is important in all workplaces, yet is often overlooked at wineries. However, wineries can be hotbeds for harassment suits. Originally published by the North Bay Business Journal. ...more

Harassment In The Workplace: Dangerous Liaisons

by Jackson Walker on

In This Chapter: WORKPLACE HARASSMENT – WHY IT MATTERS - II. THE DEVELOPMENT OF WORKPLACE HARASSMENT IN THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT - III. HARASSMENT LAW IN THE FIFTH CIRCUIT AND TEXAS - A. Sexual...more

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