Employment law for supervisors: what you should and shouldn't do

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Employment law for supervisors: what you should and shouldn't do

Ensuring your people leaders and employees are equipped with the right compliance education is paramount for companies that strive to foster a safe, inclusive workplace culture that’s free of harassment. It’s also beneficial if you want to avoid costly fines and lawsuits.