One in three people admit to having been sexually harassed at work in the US. This number doesn’t even encompass those who have experienced sexual harassment but are uncomfortable discussing the events.Read More
Did you know?
75% of people who experience sexual harassment do not report it.
Ask yourself the following:
What actions will you take when a sexual harassment situation occurs?Read More
Although your fiscal year may not begin in January, the beginning of the calendar year is a great time to review company policies and audit human resource procedures. One particular area that continues to be problematic for employers is government regulations and laws that prohibit discriminatory workplace practices. Whether intentional or inadvertent, these illegal employment practices have proven quite costly to businesses.Read More
After a recent ordinance was passed in Charlotte, the North Carolina General Assembly called lawmakers back to Raleigh for a special session. This session was brought specifically to overturn this ordinance, which aimed to ban discrimination against LGBT individuals. The most controversial provision allowed transgender individuals to use the bathroom that corresponds to the gender with which they identify.Read More