Q&A: Avoiding Sexual Harassment Claims following the Christmas Party

Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A ROI on 5 December 2017
Audrey Whyte
A&L Goodbody
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With the Christmas party season now upon us, it is timely to remind employers that employment lawyers often see a spike in sexual harassment related queries crossing their desks come January.  But what exactly can employers do to prevent and deal with sexual harassment in the workplace? In this month's First Tuesday Q&A article Audrey Whyte, Solicitor in A&L Goodbody, explores this highly topical and complex issue and advises employers on how they can address the problem in an age when harassment in the workplace is not solely confined to conduct in the office and the focus on eliminating a culture that tolerates sexual harassment is more prominent than ever.

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Audrey Whyte
A&L Goodbody

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