Sexual Harassment Training is Needed in US Workplaces

Recent reports show that 1 in 3 US women have experienced sexual harassment at work – but did President Trump’s latest run-in with a reporter add to that total? Inside Edition spoke with Jumpstart:HR, LLC CEO Joey V. Price (@JoeyVPriceHR) about this matter and what should happen if someone requests an investigation at your office.

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Sexual harassment is a serious offense that should not be taken lightly. When requested, an investigation requires the utmost due diligence, empathy, trust, and documentation of facts, feelings, and recollections. If you are in need of HR consulting services to help protect your workplace from sexual harassment risk – or to carry out an investigation, contact us right away.

View the segment:

President Trump is taking some heat for singling out an attractive reporter in the Oval Office Tuesday during an important meeting. “Where are you from? Come here, come here,” he told Caitriona Perry, the Washington correspondent for Ireland’s leading TV channel, RTE. Trump was having a phone call with Ireland’s new Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, when Perry caught his eye. “She has a nice smile on her face so I bet she treats you well,” Trump told the new prime minister. More Inside Edition episodes on YouTube

 

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