How to implement the EEOC’s new guidance on harassment

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Speaker:Andree Laney

The EEOC's new strategic plan goals include "preventing and remedying systemic harassment," so it is important that employers understand the agency's standards for assessing harassment claims. Issued in September 2023, the EEOC's Proposed Enforcement Guidance on Harassment in the Workplace is the first update to the EEOC's harassment guidance since 1999.  The proposed guidance provides valuable insight into how the EEOC investigates and builds harassment cases against employers.

This webinar will assess how the proposed guidance expands on several legal issues, including:

  • Differing standards for harassment by supervisors or coworkers;
  • Broader definition of sex harassment;
  • Relaxed standard to prove a hostile work environment.
  • How this new approach may impact your best practices and policies.

Andree Laney, Esq.

Andree Laney

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