By: Christopher M. Mason
“In the wake of sexual harassment claims made against Fox News chief Roger Ailes, it is important for businesses of all sizes to understand the importance of developing and implementing a sexual harassment policy that protects both employees and employers in the workplace.
However, ending workplace sexual harassment is more than a simple piece of paper on a wall or in an employment handbook; it’s a statement of shared beliefs that seek to allow anyone to pursue their chosen careers without feeling the threat and pressure of workplace sexual harassment. Implementing effective sexual harassment policies begins with this attitude, and it begins at the top. Consider the following processes and guidelines when creating your company’s sexual harassment policy and procedures. ”
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