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Question Of The Week

Question: Do we need to conduct an investigation if one of our employees has accused another employee of harassment at a non-work event?

Answer: Absolutely. It is important to remember that not all interactions between employees take place at work, and these non-work interactions can ultimately affect the workplace, potentially contributing to a hostile work environment. For example, if an employee made threatening comments about a certain racial group at a social event and these comments were heard by another employee, that employee may feel afraid or unsafe coming into work.

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