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This article summarizes how to handle off-duty misconduct by relating it to the firing of the VP of CBS after the Las Vegas shooting.

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Monitoring emails can help organizations uncover concerning issues before employees vocalize a concern about those matters. The problem is that monitoring emails can uncover a lot of problems. In addition to understanding how to resolve the discovered issues, employers should be prepared to resolve the cultural and other consequences of monitoring employee correspondence.

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Maintaining impartiality during a workplace investigation is incredibly difficult but also mandated by courts and agencies. The general considerations for maintaining impartiality in during a harassment investigation are included in this discussion.

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Language specific policies are regarded by the EEOC and most workplace professionals as a necessary requirement; however, the way these policies are written and enforced can create real problems for employers. Hostile work environment and discrimination claims regularly stem from language only policies and employers must understand how to prevent these claims as well as how to react to them.

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Disability discrimination is one of the lesser reported forms of discrimination claim experienced by employers. None the less, it is an extremely serious claim. Because of the nature of disabilities, it can be very difficult to ensure that employees with disabilities are regarded fairly in the workplace.

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Hugging in the workplace leads to investigations. Hugging is not the cultural norm for all people and it can lead to discomfort and harassment charges.

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