Anti-harassment policies serve two purposes: preventing harassment and protecting your organization from exposure to liability. Our labor and employment attorneys draft legally compliant anti-harassment policies designed to prevent workplace harassment and encourage employees to raise concerns through an internal grievance process so you can attempt to resolve such concerns before they escalate to litigation.

As more states mandate harassment compliance training, Much's Labor & Employment team is available to provide in-person and virtual training that is customized to your business. Our training helps business owners and supervisors develop the skills to prevent, identify, and respond effectively to workplace harassment. We also conduct training for rank-and-file personnel to raise awareness of and eradicate inappropriate conduct and to provide employees with tools to resolve their concerns without the need for litigation or intervention by an administrative agency. This not only promotes a higher functioning workforce but also provides a more viable defense to certain types of harassment claims.

If internal harassment complaints are made, we assist employers in investigating and resolving those complaints. We also offer counsel and advice designed to help prevent future complaints from arising.