Lateral Moves? (Employees & Managers)

Lateral Moves? (Employees & Managers)

Retaliation

When an employee makes a claim of sexual harassment or participates in an investigation related to a sexual harassment claim, you must treat that employee with the utmost care.

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  • Ensuring Professional and Compliant Behavior

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Trainer Comments: While there was no direct behavior that can be considered sexual harassment, there are signs that retaliation may be occurring as a result of a sexual harassment claim. For example, the manager’s opinion has changed about the employee. When an employee complains or participates in an investigation of harassment it is illegal to retaliate or threaten to retaliate in any way, shape, or form.


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