Sexual Harassment

A medical-related association ran into an unusually difficult situation at its annual conference last February: Some of its members made inappropriate comments and physical contact with staff members. Something needed to be done both to protect staff members and to protect the association from future liability. “These were not incidents that could be misinterpreted,” says the association's executive vice president, who asked that his association remain anonymous. “These were egregious violati

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