Best Practices For Preventing Sexual Harassment Claims

April 9, 2008
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This month, we are going to tackle a sensitive subject: sexual harassment. If your community doesn't already have written policies and procedures to deal with sexual harassment, you may wonder why you need them. Perhaps you believe it could never happen in your community, and that by raising the issue, you'll only encourage residents or applicants to file questionable complaints.

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