How should an employer handle a complaint from someone not directly involved?
Question: How should an employer handle a complaint of workplace harassment by someone who isn’t the victim if the victim hasn’t made a complaint?
Answer: When a complaint comes directly from a victim of workplace harassment, the legal obligations of an employer to investigate and take action to address any harassment are clear. However, in some cases, the complaint will not come directly from the victim and will instead be raised by other employees who have witnessed or otherwise become aware of workplace harassment affecting other employees.
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