Responding to #MeToo Part II: When the Alleged Harasser is in Charge
Continuing our discussion of #MeToo, Grace Ho, Counsel in our Employment, Labor & OSHA practice, addresses some key points companies should consider when there are allegations of harassment involving an executive or other high-level employee. Who should conduct the investigation and how will communications be handled? Grace further discusses the importance of proactively reviewing all employment agreements so that the company has sufficient flexibility in its response to potential harassment allegations.
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