Guidance on dealing effectively with incidents of sexual harassment in the workplace
Sexual harassment is taken extremely seriously in the workplace. Falling under the Equality Act 2010 as a form of discrimination, employers need to know how to handle incidents among their staff. Offensive behaviour can take many forms like emails, assault or jokes, and bosses must understand how to handle it legally, respectfully and appropriately.
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