What To Do When a Sexual Harassment Accusation Is Sustained
There are a number of possible actions a company can take when a sexual harassment complaint is supported by sufficient evidence. Mark H. Moore, Esq., partner at Reavis Page Jump LLP, describes possible disciplinary actions, including penalties like demotion or termination, written reprimand, or lost compensation. Learn what to keep in mind when considering how to respond to a sustained accusation of sexual harassment: What has your firm done in similar circumstances? Should law enforcement become involved? Do you need to notify a government authority? How do you navigate what the victim or the company wants?
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