The most common mistake people make when dealing with sexual harassment or retaliation is failing to document in writing their reports to human resources or superiors. It is imperative to report the misconduct to the appropriate individuals in writing (by email or fax), because at the end of the day, if the boss is the perpetrator, the human resources department is controlled by him. If you’re the victim of sexual harassment, call an attorney immediately after reporting and documenting the incident. Craig T. Matthews & Associates, LPA can help »
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