Court Reaffirms Employees Complaining about Sexual Harassment Must Prove They Were Actually Offended

By: Michael Dee | 07.15.2020

  The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, which covers Iowa and other Midwestern states, recently affirmed the dismissal of a sexual harassment lawsuit because the plaintiff could not establish she was actually offended by the alleged harassing conduct.  Although this requirement seems like common sense – that a complaining employee must actually be offended by Read…

Are You Ready if a Sexual Harassment Scandal Hits Your Business? – Part III

By: Michael Dee | 03.20.2018

As outlined in our earlier posts, business leaders are subject to increasing scrutiny in light of the national dialogue happening right now. This movement is not limited to the arena of celebrities and politicians. Does your business know what to do if allegations are lodged against your CEO or other critical managers?    Given the spotlight being Read…