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Non-Compliance Can be Costly

Welcome to 2014, employers!  A new year comes with additional legislation and mandates – minimum wage, Affordable Care Act, updates to the ADA, changes to...

November-December 2013 Executive Briefing

HARASSMENT OR JUST INNOCENT FUN? This month’s topic is sexual Harassment.  Linda J. Haft, CCP, SPHR, Director of Human Capital Development at HRG has written...

Seek and You Will (No Doubt) Find!

Being on the investigative side of harassment complaints has been eye-opening.  One of the most severe cases was brought to my attention by the irate...

What Can You Do to Mitigate Sexual Harassment in the Workplace?

In order for managers to ensure their organizations are free from sexual harassment they should: 1.   Have a written, published sexual harassment policy. 2.   Go...

What Constitutes Sexual Harassment?

How do you know if you have a legitimate reason to raise a red flag? There are several questions that should be asked: Was the...

EEOC & FEPA Harassment Charge Data FY 2010-2012

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) provides statistics (see table) regarding claims filed with their offices.  Claims have been on the rise for several years after what...

Sexual Harassment has No Gender Boundaries

Sexual harassment is not gender specific. Men are victims, too, as evidenced in the following account from a man harassed by his female boss. “First...
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