What Supervisors Need to Know About Discriminatory Harassment
Fred Miller arrives at work dressed as a woman and informed Human Resource that he is undergoing gender reassignment surgery, that he is now living as a woman and that he wants to be referred to as Freida.
She later complains that she is being harassed by co-workers and that her supervisor is not responding to her complaints.
Teaches & Reinforces
- Employees must take care in the transmission of electronic communications.
- Employees must also make sure that the content of all workplace communications is appropriate for the workplace and that it does not contain any potentially unlawful material, such as discriminatory or harassing statements.