Category: Harassment

When it comes to sexual harassment in the workplace, you can’t be too careful. HR Daily Advisor gives you background on the federal and state guidelines and essential elements of an anti-harassment policy and program. Get analysis, news, training tips for managers and employees, and more.

What Is GENDA?

First introduced 16 years ago in 2003, GENDA is short for Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act—a new law in the state of New York, which finally passed in January of 2019. In short, this act formally includes gender identity and gender expression as protected classes, protecting them from discrimination and harassment. This means it’s officially illegal […]

Understanding Your Role in Sexual Harassment Prevention

Sexual harassment has been top of mind for most HR professionals as the #MeToo movement gained momentum over the past year. Employers, employees, and HR departments alike are striving to create safe workplaces for all, and they’re getting some help from state and local legislators. So far, more than 30 jurisdictions—including New York and even […]

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Worldwide Google Walkout

Allegations of sexual assault and harassment in the workplace have gained increasing attention since the recent #MeToo movement. But even before the recent uptick in focus on such allegations, these issues have posed many challenges for employers and HR professionals.

A Clear and Present Danger: Domestic Violence in the Workplace

On Monday, November 19, emergency room doctor Tamara O’Neal was shot outside her workplace, Mercy Hospital & Medical Center on Chicago’s south side. According to sources, the shooter, Juan Lopez, was angry with her over a broken engagement, leading to yet another workplace active shooter situation. While coworkers can be the perpetrators of workplace violence, […]

How to Put an End to Workplace Bullying

Bullying comes in many forms. Traditionally, when people think of bullying, they think of a kid getting picked on by older peers on the playground or someone spreading rumors online. The reality is that 82% of bullying occurs in peer-to-peer situations, which can continue into adulthood and even into the workplace.