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When an employee steps forward to complain about harassment, you'd better take that complaint seriously.
If you don't, you could find yourself in a tight spot, legally speaking.
Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, workplace discrimination and harassment are prohibited. Employers are urged to take swift action to respond to these complaints.
As such, employers must do their best to investigate the complaints and resolve as many of the issues as they possibly can. If they don't investigate, they could be setting themselves up for trouble.
As an employer, how do you conduct such an investigation? Here are five things to be aware of during an employee investigation:
Employee investigations are delicate matters and should be taken seriously. Don't drop the ball on an employee investigation, otherwise you could be facing a long battle.
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