In the wake of the #metoo movement, sexual harassment compliance has taken on a new importance. HR managers must ensure supervisors understand what could constitute sexual harassment, and the risks of noncompliance. Regardless of your company’s industry, cases of sexual harassment at workplaces should not be tolerated. Companies faced with allegations of sexual harassment can face years of costly litigation and unwanted negative publicity.
Sexual harassment may involve a supervisor or manager making inappropriate and unwanted physical contact or comments about an employee’s appearance; may involve coercion for sexual favors; or could take the form of stalking. Supervisors can also inadvertently say something that is interpreted as sexual harassment or implicitly condone harassing behavior by looking the other way.
Improve Sexual Harassment Compliance Through Information Sharing
Your organization’s sexual harassment policies and practices should be clear and unambiguous for supervisors and employees. In addition to static policies, it is important to stay abreast of sexual harassment case law and news.
The HR Manager’s Legal Alert for Supervisors newsletter includes sexual harassment in the workplace articles that are designed to keep supervisors informed. Providing supervisors with timely, relevant sexual harassment news is a proactive way to lower the risks associated with HR sexual harassment claims for your company, its stakeholders and its employees.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Articles That Supervisors Want to Read
Subscribers to the HR Manager’s Legal Alert for Supervisors regard it as the best source for sexual harassment news and updates on sexual harassment case law for several reasons:
- Short format: We understand that neither HR managers nor supervisors have hours to devote to reading sexual harassment in the workplace articles. Our newsletter is designed to provide the information you need in a short, direct format.
- Actionable ideas: Abstract case law summaries and essays about sexual harassment in the workplace can help readers better understand sexual harassment. The HR Manager’s Legal Alert for Supervisors also includes concrete ideas and actionable insights that supervisors can implement immediately.
- Written to be understood: HR sexual harassment examples and articles can be complex, but they don’t have to be. The content we provide is written in a straightforward format, designed to help ensure readers understand it.
- Cost-saving measure: Cases of sexual harassment in the workplace can be prohibitively expensive. Subscribing to the HR Manager’s Legal Alert for Supervisors is a cost-effective way to mitigate your organization’s risk exposure and protect its bottom line.
Equip Supervisors With the HR Sexual Harassment Information They Need
When HR managers provide supervisors with the tools and information they need to manage HR compliance risk accordingly, the entire organization benefits. The HR Manager’s Legal Alert for Supervisors newsletter offers a simple, but effective, way to help supervisors stay abreast of the latest sexual harassment news. Start your trial subscription today.