Women’s Minister Julie Genter has announced that the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment will now keep centralised data records concerning allegation of workplace sexual misconduct.
Surely gathering such information can only be a good thing, what do you think?
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BuckettLaw are well versed in dealing with sexual misconduct complaints, both for employers and employees.
We encourage those employees who feel afraid to make such a complaint to get in touch with BuckettLaw where it can discussed in a safe and confidential setting.
Employers who receive a complaint of sexual misconduct need to approach the complaints with care and follow proper process. Usually multiple parties’ interests will need to be balanced to ensure a justified outcome. Having appropriate organisational policies and procedures in place for sexual harassment and bullying is paramount.
If you or your business could be affected by the issues contained within this article get in touch with BuckettLaw, the employment law experts, right away.
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