Five Valentine’s Day Tips for Employers in the #Me Too Era

February 11, 2019, Law360, by Vin Gurrieri

While the #MeToo movement hasn’t changed the laws prohibiting sexual harassment and discrimination, it has cast a spotlight on gender equity in the workplace and led to subtle shifts in employers’ approaches to office romance. Even though many lifelong partners started out as office colleagues, most other office relationships turn sour long before anniversaries come and go, leaving employers staring down claims of sexual harassment, discrimination or at least hard feelings that can negatively impact the workplace — putting the onus on employers to have policies in place with an eye toward avoiding any legal fallout from relationships gone awry. To read entire article click here.


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