Harassment and discrimination cases against employers is the fastest growing area of litigation in the law.  High profile cases like Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas, and the movies “Philadelphia” and “North Country,” have stimulated public awareness, and caused a ten-fold increase in complaints filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in the last 10 years.

Employers never win in these cases – even when you win in court, you still lose, because you have to pay your legal costs, the lawsuit has disrupted your organization and drained off time and energy from doing your business, and the negative public relations lingers on even after the case is over.

Some prudent preventative measures can save your business money and aggravation.

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