Prevention is the best tool for the elimination of harassment.
With respect to conduct between fellow employees, an employer is responsible for acts of harassment in the workplace where the employer knows, or should have known, about the misconduct. Harassment comes in many forms including sexual, religious, racial, and disability to name a few. As an employer you need to make sure you handle all of them the right way, which can sometimes lead to termination. This white paper reviews the different types of harassment, defines sexual harassment, provides key points to remember for an internal investigation; and provides a termination process checklist.
Brian S. Conneely
Rivkin Radler LLP
- Partner, Rivkin Radler LLP
- More than 30 years of experience representing employers in connection with employment laws, ERISA, employment benefits, and compliance with laws and regulations affecting the workplace
- Selected as a Best Lawyer and Super Lawyer
- Achieved the highest rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
- Taught labor and employment law at Hofstra Law School, Adelphi University and New York Institute of Technology
- Regularly writes and lectures on employment law and workplace issues
- J.D. degree, cum laude, Hofstra University; B.A. degree, Duke University
- Can be contacted at 516-357-3000 or [email protected]
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