Monthly Archives: September 2019

Workplace Harassment: Assessing the Burden of Proof

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Allegations of harassment can raise strong feelings of anger, guilt, defensiveness and vulnerability. Amidst this emotion, the people handling the incident must consider what the burden of proof will be when assessing what to do when someone is accused of harassing someone else. That burden can vary, depending on a number of factors. Relationship: Are…
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Beyond the Buzzwords: Recognizing Workplace Harassment

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Workplace harassment is prohibited under several Federal Acts (or laws) — these laws prohibit discrimination based on sex, age, disability, religion, disability and many other factors. Beyond the buzzwords of legal documents, however, the threshold of harassment can be sometimes hard to establish. Here are some examples: Emily is known for being demanding and direct…
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