Prevent Workplace Harassment: Proven Policies That Keep Your Company Out of Court
Prentice Hall, 2002 - Law - 296 pages
Prevent Workplace Harassment: Proven Policies that Keep Your Company Out of Court is the step-by-step guide for employers to evaluate possible harassment activity in the workplace. with this invaluable resource, you'll learn how to:Understand the legal framework of harassment in the workplaceAppreciate how harassment effects the bottom line in terms of employee retention, creativity, recruiting, problem solving, and marketingEducate and train management and workersDevelop easy-to-implement policies and proceduresConduct complaint investigationsEnforce anti-harassment policyTake appropriate corrective action when necessaryAnd more.With your purchase, you'll also receive the companion CD-ROM free. the CD provides a searchable version of the full text, with downloadable files you can import to your word processing program, and much more.With vital forms, checklists, model policies, and training tips, Prevent Workplace Harassment helps you to ensure a safe and productive work environment, and avoid the legal implications of workplace harassment.
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