Investigating the Workplace Harassment Claim

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American Bar Association, 2012 - Law - 172 pages
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Investigating the Workplace Harassment Claim, provides a step-by-step guide to undertaking harassment investigations. This book includes in-depth legal analysis laden with case law and legal citations which results suggestions for best practices in unsettled areas of investigation law.

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Review:Preventing Liability for Sexual Harrassment
This book presents a thorough and concise explanation of what I need to know as a manager to stay out of trouble in the area of sexual harassment. I
didn’t know that, in California, I could be personally liable for turning a blind eye to certain conduct even if I was not directly involved. I found the book easy to read and not preachy or condescending. It is filled with practical advice that will make my job easier. The book is short enough that I could read it in one session. The test in the back gave me a way to see if I grasped the key points. Overall, I highly recommend this to any manager or supervisor in today’s world. 

About the author (2012)

Beth K. Whittenbury began her legal career in the Labor and Employment Law Group of what was then known as Pillsbury Madison and Sutro in San Francisco, California.

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