Harassment: Zero Tolerance

By law, every employer must have a harassment policy. In the meetings context, the task is to make sure those policies work in an expanded workplace. Planners and their attendees need to combat harassment away from the traditional office setting and in situations involving a variety of nonemployees, such as vendors and members. The best advice is to have a clear, well-defined policy.

First and foremost, employees should understand their rights and responsibilities and know that their

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