Department of Human Resource Management. Employee Guide to Unlawful Harassment Prevention. Table of Contents. Introduction Legal & Liability Unlawful Harassment Policy R477-15 Terms and Concepts Unlawful Harassment Categories Protected Classes
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Employee Guide to
Unlawful Harassment Prevention
This law prohibits employment discrimination based on:
Protects employees or applicants 40 years of age or older:
Granted litigants broader remedies and privileges through litigation:
Write a letter to the harasser and include:
If you feel you are being subjected to unlawful harassment you should:
Upon receiving an allegation/complaint, management shall consult with HR and conduct a review. Supervisor will interview the complainant and the alleged harasser only. The name of the complainant should be kept confidential.
DHRM Rules prohibit Retaliation. Employees need to know that they have protection against retaliation for exercising their right to complain or for testifying or assisting in an investigation hearing.