5 Tips to Stop Harassment at Work

Be Watchful – Monitor your workplace as much of what happens between employees is visible to the naked eye. Employers and managers should walk the aisles, frequent local water holes, and don’t be a stranger at company birthday celebrations. Log on http://tellemgrodypr.com/

5 Tips to Stop Harassment at Work
The harassment cases involving employment are exploding in the media.As an employer, what
can you do to limit harassment in the workplace? As an employee, what can you expect your
company to do to protect yourself?
1. Be Watchful – Monitor your workplace as much of what happens between employees is
visible to the naked eye. Employers and managers should walk the aisles, frequent local
water holes, and don’t be a stranger at company birthday celebrations. Off hours may be
more telling that work hours.
2. Set A Strict Dating Policy In Writing – Adopt a clear policy stating no dating between
employees (or one has to resign) or at the minimum, no dating in the same department.
Dating among employees often makes other staff feel uncomfortable.
3. Communicate The Policies To All Employees - Ensure your employee manual
addresses effective policies and consistently enforces them. Make attendance at
employee meetings to discuss company policies mandatory and post information on
employee bulletin boards.
4. Act ImmediatelyTo Investigate Complaints Of Harassment - When an employee
complains to you, take it seriously, write a written report and investigate. It’s a good
idea to file a report with the police.
5. Do Computer Checks - This can be difficult for employees as they feel their computer
belongs to them. Employers do have the right to review emails, but there are state by
state limitations, so consult your company’s legal counsel.
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