Personnel: Employee Handbooks Are Your First Line of Defense Against Harassment Claims

April 16, 2015

Employers are realizing the importance that handbooks play in defending against claims of harassment, construction attorney Craig Martin writes on The Construction Contractor Advisor.

“A key provision to any employee handbook is an anti-harassment provision,” Martin writes. He adds that the provision should include a definition of harassment, the process to complain about harassment, a commitment to investigate all claims of harassment, and an assurance that no one will be retaliated against for reporting harassment.

Find out what other key steps and components are to create an employee handbook at The Construction Contractor Advisor.

 
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