Sexual harassment claims dominate fire law cases. Even in departments that have not faced a sexual harassment lawsuit, the issue looms, acknowledged or not.
Despite its pervasiveness, there remains a great deal of confusion around sexual harassment. Who is required to report sexual harassment? What happens if a claim is found to be unsubstantiated? What steps should departments take to prevent sexual harassment from happening?
In this Q&A with attorney and Deputy Fire Chief Curt Varone, we explore these questions and provide strategies to help individuals and departments respond appropriately.
Download it today to learn essential information for limiting the harm caused by sexual harassment.