Dealing with sexual harassment at work is not an easy thing. You may have light complaints to full-fledged ones, and ones in the ready to go to court stage. How you handle them according to company policy will be in your hands. The following tips will set you on the right path to making excellent decisions and guarantee that you will do a superb job.
Tip One: If your company is in the state of California, the company with more than 50 employees must send their managers or supervisors to the anti-sexual harassment training program. If you are included in this category, make sure you follow it and do it.
One Two: You are a professional. Before submitting this problem to others take the time to reach the truth. Go to a safe place at work or at home and do some brainstorm about how to solve the problem. When you are in this session with yourself, make sure you note, or record your small chat with yourself. I prefer the recording device because you only need to listen to yourself and you don’t have to bother by writing and then transferring the material later.
Now, you are ready to ask for help from your staff members or any protocol that your company has set to handle these things. Make sure that the staff you choose are team players and are participants who are willing. Ask them for advice, direction instructions, and ideas. Don’t go this way alone, okay? It is important for you to share the weight of any problem workers can present you at any time.
Tip four: Set up a complaint, suggestion or idea box. This must be available at several locations at the job. Encourage each member to contribute. This might give you some early warnings as to what is really going on in your company. Remember, do not ask for names or any identification markings like the employee number, or department.