PublisherArlington, VA: Employee Assistance Professionals Association
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AbstractAs the number of celebrity sexual harassment allegations grows, employers across the country are evaluating their policies, trainings, and organizational culture in an effort to avoid being featured in the next headline. While employee assistance (EA) professionals can play a pivotal role in an employer’s fight against workplace harassment, that role must be balanced with the confidentiality obligations owed to the client and understood by all parties, including the employer and the EA professional.
CitationSheridan, R. (2018). EAP Professionals & Sexual Harassment Parts I and II. Journal of Employee Assistance 48(2-3).
Keywordemployee assistance professionals
sexual harassment policy
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/8134
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