PublisherEmployee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA)
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AbstractSexual harassment in the workplace has been around for as long as men and women have been working together. Many employers have "no-tolerance" policies in place as there are legal consequences for companies that fail to take prompt and appropriate action. However, since nearly every US organization - 94% - (SHRM, 2018) has a sexual harassment policy, clearly the problem is bigger than policy. EAPs have run training programs for years on the legal aspects of sexual harassment.
CitationBoard, N, (2018). Ending sexual harassment in the workplace. Journal of Employee Assistance, 48(2), 18-20.
sexual harassment policy
Employee assistance programs
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