It is Time to Tune-Up Your No Harassment Program With the Recent Uptick in Sex Harassment Claims
Ensure that your workforce is aware of your position on sexual harassment if you want the policy to be effective.
Lately, we are hearing almost every week about another other high-profile celebrity, politician or executive who has been accused of sexual harassment. Victims now feel empowered to publicly share their stories, even from many years ago. As a result, employers need to wake up, candidly assess their workplace conditions and take a fresh look at their anti-harassment policies and training programs. This white paper reviews the tried and true methods for preventing workplace harassment and offers some new ideas for making anti-harassment programs more effective.
Regional managing partner in the Atlanta office of Fisher & Phillips LLP
Represents employers exclusively in solving their labor and employment law problems
Conducts regular training for construction clients (and others) on preventing harassment and discrimination, among other topics (more than 65 presentations in the last five years)
Co-author of Diversity Rules: Harassment Prevention, Sensitivity & Correction Training for Construction Workers and Supervisors, two DVD training sessions produced in conjunction with the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC of America)
Frequent contributing author to Construction Executive magazine; monthly contributor to MultiBriefs.com for the past 4-1/2 years, resulting in more than 50 articles on HR law for this one publication
Achieved the highest rating with Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
M.B.A. and J.D. degrees, cum laude, University of Georgia; B.S. degree, with honors, Georgia Tech