The #MeToo movement has created an unprecedented shift in the way companies are expected to address allegations of sexual misconduct. While the appropriate response will vary depending on the circumstances of a given case, it is important that the company act swiftly and take the allegations seriously. They must be willing and prepared to conduct prompt, objective, and thorough investigations before a complaint comes in. A poorly conducted investigation can harm an organization's bottom line, as well as its long-term reputation.
In the podcast "Best Practices for Investigating Sexual Harassment Complaints", RANE's Serina Vash sits down with litigation partner Una A. Dean to discuss the legal, ethical, and employee relations obligations companies have when investigating charges of sexual harassment.
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