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Yes, You Need a Harassment Prevention Policy
All California employers must develop and distribute a written harassment, discrimination and retaliation prevention policy — it’s the law. But not just any policy will do — it must meet 10 different requirements, which include 12 protected classes under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and a detailed complaint process, to name a few. And beyond the legality, a policy should inform your employees of two things: that the company won’t tolerate any disrespectful and unprofessional conduct, and that it takes harassment claims seriously.Read more
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