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Are you prepared to respond to a workplace harassment crisis?
Workplace sexual harassment and sexual assault by high-profile individuals and high-level executives continue to capture public attention. As sexual harassment claims have come to light—with sometimes very public consequences—many employers are taking proactive steps to assess the risks for sexual harassment, to review and update harassment policies and corporate response plans, and to evaluate workplace culture.
In our experience, energy industry employers may face special risks with respect to harassment claims. Join us for a discussion about how you can begin to assess those risks. We will share our best practices for steps to minimize your risks, to get ahead of a potential harassment crisis, and to respond to a crisis if and when it arises.
For more information, please contact Mary Ann Huntington.
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