Law360 quotes FisherBroyles employment attorney Eric B. Meyer about guarding against workplace harassment in a pandemic.

May 11, 2020
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“The coronavirus pandemic may have elevated safety, staffing and other immediate concerns above harassment, but harassers haven’t changed their ways and governments haven’t freed businesses from their obligation to shield workers from mistreatment based on their sex, race and other protected characteristics,” writes Braden Campbell, a reporter for Law360.

FisherBroyles employment attorney Eric B. Meyer and others address how businesses can safeguard their workplace harassment while continuing to address other COVID-19 pandemic concerns. You will need a subscription to access all of the Mr. Campbell’s story at Law 360 (here).

If you’d like more information about engaging Eric to assist with a workplace investigation or training, click here. Eric has testified before Philadelphia City Council and the Pennsylvania House Labor and Industry Committee to address harassment and sexual misconduct in the workplace. He has conducted many workplace investigations, both in person and remotely. Also, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has approved Eric to train your workforce from rank-and-file to the C-Suite, and he has presented four times at the EEOC’s EXCEL conference, the premier national training conference for federal and private sector EEO managers, supervisors, practitioners, HR professionals, attorneys and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) specialists.

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