Results 3: How to Manage Discrimination or Harassment in the Workplace

  1. Creating a reporting process for harassment is an important step in creating a safe and respectful workplace. Here are some tips for creating an effective reporting process:

    • Make sure that employees know how to report harassment. This includes providing clear and concise information about the reporting process, as well as providing multiple ways for employees to report harassment (e.g., online, in person, by phone).
    • Ensure that employees feel comfortable reporting harassment. This includes creating a culture where employees feel safe coming forward with complaints, and taking steps to protect employees from retaliation.
    • Investigate all reports of harassment thoroughly. This includes interviewing all relevant parties, gathering evidence, and making a determination about whether harassment occurred.
    • Take appropriate action to address harassment. This may include disciplinary action against the harasser, providing training on harassment prevention, or implementing other changes to the workplace.
    • Follow up with employees who have reported harassment. This includes providing them with updates on the investigation and any action that is taken, as well as offering support and resources.

    By following these tips, you can create a reporting process that will help to prevent and address harassment in your workplace.


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