3. All employees should receive a copy of your organization’s Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy.
Employees should receive a copy of every company’s or organization’s Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy so they understand the definition of Sexual Harassment and how it can be prevented. The policy should also tell employees how to report concerns or incidents.
Your company’s policy should also stress that all employees are to be treated with respect and not be subject to harassment or hostility. And it should reassure employees they will not be retaliated against if they file a complaint.
Providing a copy of the policy also shows management’s efforts to promote a sexual harassment-free environment.
Contact Randi Frank if your supervisory training isn’t up to date. Randi can give you a quote for Sexual Harassment Prevention Training and Policy Development.
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