Harassment is a serious matter that can affect not only the victim, but also the workplace environment. Unfortunately, subtle forms of harassment might not always be recognizable, and often people don’t know how to handle it when it occurs. This resource page collects the latest information, tools, and guidance to help you create an environment where people feel respected, comfortable, and free from harassment or discrimination — in other words, a place where employees want to come to work.
A workplace harassment claim is one you must take seriously and act on promptly. Paychex HR consultant Julie Williams walks you through the key steps needed to effectively conduct this type of investigation.
Managers and supervisors play a key role in ensuring that the workplace is a safe environment that's free from harassment. Hear more from Julie Williams, Paychex HR consultant, on this critical issue.
Where do employees draw the line when in comes to workplace violations? Our research reveals some startling statistics about workplace transgressions.
Given the increased attention on the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace, here's some background, including how discrimination charges can cost a business, and some best practices for preventing this from happening in your organization.
Harassment in the workplace is a serious matter that has also been top-of-mind recently. Now is a great time to review the types of training requirements your state may have.
Hear from Paychex HR consultant Margie Bassford about how critical it is that you comply with applicable federal, state, and local anti-discrimination laws.
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