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Lessons from the UCLA Business School sex discrimination scandal

Sometimes the most startling discoveries about discrimination in the American workplace are made inside the very institutions that either intentionally or unintentionally support discriminatory policies, procedures and behaviors. Recently, an internal academic review conducted by professionals at the prestigious Anderson Graduate School of Management at University of California, Los Angeles revealed that this top-ranked business school operates in ways that make it “inhospitable to women faculty.”

Workers: Responding to sexual harassment

Earlier this month, we discussed some issues that employers should consider when responding to sexual harassment claims filed by their workers. When employers respond to sexual harassment claims appropriately and with respect, employees may ultimately feel more confident in the safe nature of their work environments. However, not all employers respond to sexual harassment claims appropriately. Therefore, it is important that workers consider taking a few precautionary steps after they have been sexually harassed.

Responding appropriately to a sexual harassment complaint

When an employee files a sexual harassment complaint or claim, it is important to respond calmly and professionally to this turn of events. The law protects workers from sexual harassment in the workplace and you will almost certainly be held accountable for taking certain actions out of panic.

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