Tackling workplace sexual harassment

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Andrew Rayment and Laura McLellan, partners in the employment team at law firm Walker Morris LLP, discuss the importance of dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace in the wake of the #Metoo movement

Any employer who has ever had to deal with a harassment complaint, grievance or employment tribunal claim will know that they can be unsettling and a major (costly) headache for all involved. By their very nature, they occupy a lot of managerial ‘headspace’ and time. The bottom line is that they are bad for business – bringing in their wake potential reputational damage, legal expense, management time, issues with stakeholders and with the wider workforce.

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