The EEOC Says Workplace Harassment Training Doesn't Matter?? Well, Not Exactly...

Posted on Jan 1, 2000  | Posted in



Workplace harassment persists. That's really not news. Our discussion last week of Gretchen Carlson's lawsuit against Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, made that point clear. (Click here if you missed that post.)  The EEOC, in its recently released study on workplace harassment, presented a startling piece of information: Training as a prevention tool does not seem to have made an impact. No, the EEOC is not telling you that you can stop providing anti-harassment training. But if training is not shown to have made a dent in workplace harassment, wouldn't employers' efforts be better spent elswhere? To that I would say, "Hold up there, you don't have the whole story." So now, of course, I will give you the rest of the story... Click here to read the entire post on The EmpLAWyerologist...

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