Guide to Preventing Retaliation on Campus

April 2021 | 0 Comments  Average 4 out of 5

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Retaliation remains a common workplace allegation in the United States. Improperly handling a discrimination claim may result in unlawful retaliation, even when an employee is unable to demonstrate that discrimination or harassment occurred. As a result, institutions must implement clear non-retaliation policies and reporting procedures and train employees, supervisors, and Human Resources (HR) staff on non-retaliation practices.

This guide will assist HR administrators to implement anti-retaliation policies, programs, and training, and to inform supervisors and employees of their legal responsibilities and practices to avoid retaliation or the appearance of retaliation.


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