In my recent column "Avoid Trouble by Creating and Enforcing an Effective Sexual Harassment Policy", we discussed how employers can establish an effective sexual harassment prevention program. But sometimes after your best efforts, incidents will arise, and how you handle the initial complaint can make a huge difference in the outcome, and its ultimate cost. One of the biggest and most common mistakes employers make is doing nothing or too little, hoping it will go away. This ...

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