The Employment Life Cycle, Part 5: Sexual Harassment Training Requirements Expanding
From early-stage startups to the Fortune 50, companies who fail to identify and integrate legally sound employment practices risk enormous and avoidable harm. It's not enough to hire a talented employment litigator after a relationship has already gone south—the key to protecting your company is a proactive posture in adherence to jurisdictional standards and demonstrable respect for current, former and prospective employees. In Part 5 of this series, Deena Merlen (Partner, Reavis Page Jump LLP) details the extensive developments in the expansion of sexual harassment training requirements in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
The Employment Life Cycle (Index):
Part 1: What Do You Need to Know?
Part 3: Interview Best Practices
Part 5: Sexual Harassment Training Requirements Expanding
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