SEXUAL HARASSMENT - PREVENTION
The most effective weapon against sexual harassment is prevention.
The burden of preventing sexual harassment rests on the employer. Employers are responsible for providing their employees with a work environment that does not discriminate and is free of harassment. Most successful preventive strategies and plans on sexual harassment require the involvement of all those concerned and a clear statement of intent. Anti-harassment policies explain what harassment is, tell all employees that harassment will not be tolerated, and set out how employers and employees should respond to incidents of harassment. According to "Paychex" The #MeToo movement resulted in an increase in workplace sexual harassment prevention enforcement and legislation across the country in 2018, and is expected to continue in 2019. Prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace requires training programs for both employers and employees. The "SHRM" Society for Human Resource Management recommends all employees receive sexual harassment training. Most payroll processing companies offer online training videos at no additional cost. Audit Hotel reviews employee HR personnel files with each hotel internal audit, to verify compliance with the latest standards for sexual harassment prevention training.
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