Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Managers): Back to Normal
Managers or other employees should behave professionally when interacting with coworkers inside or outside of the work environment. Behavior directed toward another co-worker while at a party, convention or other outside work environment can still be considered sexual harassment.
As a manager, supervisor, or person of authority, it is poor judgment to get involved with, or pursue a personal relationship with, a subordinate employee whether or not it was initiated by you. Have zero tolerance for anyone who pressures another person to start, keep or maintain a personal relationship.
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