WHAT HAPPENED?!? Five Reasons Why Your Sexual Harassment Training Isn’t Working
By: Sally R. Culley, email@example.com, Linda Bond Edwards, firstname.lastname@example.org, Nicole Sieb Smith, email@example.com
Each day brings news about yet another sexual harassment claim against a high-profile and powerful man. Just to name a few in the broadcasting industry: Bill O’Reilly, Charlie Rose, and now Matt Lauer. As women continue to come forward, all employers should be nervous enough about their own liability to re-think their approach to dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace.
Following the 1998 decision by the United States Supreme Court in Faragher v. City of Boca Raton, a case which involved a claim of sexual harassment, employers rushed to implement anti-harassment policies and training. In that case…