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  • “Me Too” Complaints and the Federal Employment System

    Federal Employment Managers Should Follow Strict Guidelines In the wake of the “Me Too” movement’s initial explosion, employees can only hope that management and employers stop discrimination and harassment in its tracks, knowing that tolerance is at an all-time low, but that is not the case realistically. Harassment is commonplace in federal workplaces, according to a study in 2018 that showed ...
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  • Surviving Sexual Harassment

    The Aftermath Sexual harassment is no joking matter. It can take place in all types of work environments, including federal jobs. It takes courage and determination to file a sexual harassment claim; unfortunately, once you have taken this step, things do not magically disappear. Despite disciplinary action or investigation, you are still affected by the other person’s misconduct even after it ...
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  • EEOC & NLRB: Differences Over Confidentiality in Workplace Sexual Harassment Investigations

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently issued a report addressing how employers should respond to sexual harassment complaints in the workplace – a report which has raised questions about the confidentiality of these internal investigations. The EEOC recommends that employers protect the confidentiality of internal sexual harassment investigations as much as possible; however, ...
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