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EEOC's Proposed Enforcement Guidance on Harassment: Should You Care?

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Robert G. Brody and Katherine M. Bogard discuss the EEOC's proposed guidance on unlawful workplace harassment, issued in January. It enumerates five core principles which have proven effective in preventing and addressing harassment: committed and engaged leadership; consistent and demonstrated accountability; strong and comprehensive harassment policies; trusted and accessible complaint procedures; and regular interactive training tailored to the audience and the organization.

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