Opinion

Sexual Assault And Business Travel: What Employers Should Consider

A woman sues a hotel, alleging staff negligence led to her sexual assault. This tragic case should be a reminder to employers of the importance of travel conduct policies.
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Why "Just Deal With It" Is The Wrong Response To Employee Misconduct

An employer faces a lawsuit after terminating a manager who complained about sexual discrimination and harassment. A prompt, thorough, and objective investigation is your best response.
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Objective Hiring Criteria Help Reduce Discrimination Risks

Written criteria can help prevent subjective employment decisions based on protected class status. We examine.
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Articles

Child Protective Systems: Not Always Perfect, But Still The Best Way To Protect Children

UK child protective services failed to protect a child who died. We explain why safe adults must know the factors that could lead an adult to abusive conduct.
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Distinguishing Boundaries Between Students And Teachers Improves Student Safety

Cleveland school officials have agreed to pay eight former students $3.25 million in settlement of a sexual abuse lawsuit. We examine.
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Parent Offenders And The Fear Of Reporting Sexual Abuse

A mother is booked in jail for child abuse, sexual assault, and providing alcohol to minors. Why should safe adults be vigilant?
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Would A Four-Day Work Week Help Prevent Burnout? You Make The Call

Employee burnout rates are on the rise. Could a four-day work week be the cure? You make the call and join the conversation.
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